When honing their craft, new tradsters usually focus on their gear skills, but there’s more to trad climbing than being able to place nuts and cams.
With a little preparation and the right gear, you can stay reasonably dry and warm regardless of what mother nature throws at you.
Running at night can be both rewarding and challenging. Here’s what you need to know to make the most of those after dark sessions.
Before you rope up for your first trad lead, you need to know how to place and extend gear. Here’s how it is done.
Besides lowering the risk of injury, solid spotting skills can give your climbing partners the confidence they need to push their limits
Conquering your fear of falling is the most important thing you can do to improve your climbing and have more fun.
Dry ropes have their benefits, but are they worth the extra cost. This guide gives you everything you need to know to make an informed decision.
Is your rope looking the worse for wear? Here’s how to tell if it’s time to retire it.
Learn how to get a good night’s sleep out on the trail by making yourself warm and comfortable.