Chris Lindner


I started March off around Gunnison with some cliff bolting, ice climbing, cross-country skiing in the backcountry, and snowboarding in Crested Butte, followed by a short trip to Bishop.
I started off the month with a little trip down to the bouldering Mecca of Hueco Tanks, near El Paso, Texas. It’s one of the best, if not the VERY BEST bouldering in the United States.
Just before Christmas, my buddy Ellis and I drove out to Joshua Tree from Gunnison for a short climbing trip. My shoe sponsor (Evolv) had an idea to shoot a short video segment involving Kurt Smith...
Let's see here, it has been a month or so since I last spoke of my tales of adventure... Life has been rolling along quite well... I just got home from two short trips to So-Cal and Alaska.
Can't complain about too much these days. I'm loving life here in Gunny. I spent three weekends climbing at Rifle, spent one weekend in Salt Lake City for the HERA Climb-4-Life fundraiser, and I just got home from my second w
Arriving back from my East Coast trip in May, I boarded a plane to Australia in June with no return date and no place to call home. Actually I'd been homeless since we moved out of our house in Vegas back in April.
Back in Vegas after a crazy East Coast road trip. I spent 3 weeks out at the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
The day started out great... The wet weather had finally cleared and I was stoked to be at the cliff again with my buddies.
The weather in Vegas has been pretty crappy for the past week or so. I decided to take a short 3-day surfing trip to Baja, Mexico to relax my mind from climbing, avoid the rainy weather, and hopefully catch some killer waves.
Bringing in a new year usually affects me to a certain extent, but perhaps due to the overwhelming anticipation of Change on the part of the Obama presidency, my need to self align and redirect focus came at me clear as day i