Blog #8
Back in Vegas after a crazy East Coast road trip. I spent 3 weeks out at the New River Gorge in West Virginia.
For the last several years, Brian Solano has been jet setting around the world in his quest to capture the world's top climbing athletes. The fruits of his labor has culminated in his newest release, The Players.
Blog #7 Burned!
The day started out great... The wet weather had finally cleared and I was stoked to be at the cliff again with my buddies.
Blog #6
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.
Blog #5
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
Blog #4
My trip to the Philippines turned out to be one of my greatest adventures of all time. I left Vietnam all alone, heading to a remote country I knew nothing about, hoping to meet some cool locals, have a good time, and stay al
Blog #3
About three weeks ago, my first trip to South-East Asia was born, and along with it came some serious adventures. Here is a little play by play action:
Blog Entry #2
The past few weeks have been mostly spent at home in Las Vegas. Mt. Charleston is the summer retreat and has been the source of much frustration. I'm not a fan of climbing in hot weather, and the hot and humid monsoon season
Blog Entry #1
On an opening remark, I'm extremely psyched to be onboard with this cutting-edge Dead Point Magazine concept. I'm a huge connoisseur of new movements in the climbing industry, and I'm always willing to help out as much as I p