Beginner's Guide to Rock Climbing
You don't have to have super strength to have fun rock climbing. From bouldering to lead climbing, this guide will help you learn the lingo, gear up, and get started.
Climbing can seem a bit intimidating to newcomers with all the gear, lingo and "climbing culture". Here are a few tips for getting started.
Whether you're new to climbing or interested in attempting your first traditional climb, put Vedauwoo, Wyoming on your short list of destinations.
Don't get twisted up on climbing terms. Here's your guide to understanding the obscure language of climbers.
You might be comfortable on top rope but lead climbing presents a whole new set of obstacles. Get to know these tips before you leave the ground.
Stay closer to the ground but get the same top-of-the-world feeling of accomplishment--and a great workout to boot--with bouldering.
Hit the climbing gym to build strength, stamina and confidence in a controlled environment.
Indoor climbing is a great workout but it doesn't always prepare you for the mental and physical stresses of outdoor climbing. Start slow and follow these tips when heading outdoors.
Climbing is full of ups and downs, but taking the time to remember what attracted you to the sport from the beginning will see you through every time.