Author Archives: Matt

The Ethics of Cragging

I know this topic is dear to many in the conservation and climbing preservation circles. However, as climbing becomes more popular, we, as climbers need to be more careful in how we treat our precious resources.  As a colleague recently … Continue reading

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Back from the Tetons and We’re hitting the Ground Running!

I’ve been back from the Tetons for a few days. Here are a few of my favorite images from the summer.  Get ready, and start planning now for 2018. Since then, we’ve been out climbing with Marty and Peter, Annie … Continue reading

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Climbing with Casi and Kate

It’s always a fun time climbing with Casi and Kate. They bring their tickets and we climb very interesting things. The sheer athleticism they bring to the table in addition to their climbing skill means we get to push a … Continue reading

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Late Spring! Always Jammin’

We finished late May with a bang!  A bunch of days on the local Traprock, tied in with a number of days at the Gunks led us to the Cascades. During this time, Phil came down from the Adirondack Park. … Continue reading

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Vertical Mind

Dr. Don McGrath, author of Vertical Mind, will be joining us for a mental training clinic on September 17 in Central Connecticut. Join us for a fun and educational day on the crags! Call or email to reserve your space! (most … Continue reading

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