John fighting the rotational forces on the beautiful High Arete in Bottna, Bohuslän. The rock is sharp but have potential for more problems to be set up! Who knows what more secret gardens could be revealed in the woods of this vast landscape?
Stefan seemingly climbing towards the heavens on Mallorca some years back. Deep water solo; whatever happened to it? For a while it was the one and only climbing spoken of in the media, today it seems to have been exchanged for indoor bouldering competitions.. Most climbers today seem to prioritize training on plastic holds all year … Mer Picture flashback: Close to the skies..
What a great and honest article by Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, she puts it all very well into words what I ponder upon almost every session of my climbing. Well worth a moment to read! http://www.rockandice.com/lates-news/the-art-of-losing?page=1
I just got a really nice gift from Catrine Linder; a sweet necklace from her Rock Hard-collection with design inspired from climbing! I just love these items and feel proud to carry it as a symbol of a sport I love.. I have to say it’s a perfect gift for anyone who loves climbing and a … Mer Rock Hard by 925CatrineLinder!
I’ve spent three stimulating days at the Scandinavian Top Athletic Center (STAC) http://www.stac.nu in Ronneby. They offer a holistic perspective on training, nutrition and mental soundness based on years of experience from helping top athletes competing on the highest level to people with serious injurys in need of rehabilitation and also ordinary people just looking … Mer Eye opening at STAC
Climbing outside is a real challenge when you spend many months in the winter just hanging in the gym and grabbing plastic holds. You feel awkward when topping out, standing on tiny footholds and grabbing the sharpest of crimps that plastic could never mimic. We went to Häller today after a dreamlike ride on our … Mer Häller; hard & unforgiving but beautiful