From plastic to granite, RMNP to CATS, Gabor has been knocking down hard problems and routes while he takes in the Colorado experience.
DPM takes a look at Jessie Bonin, a climber out of the Tahoe area whose last name may not be Robinson, Graham or Sharma, but the man is pulling hard and putting up some amazing lines.
One second we will see climbers putting up big numbers and break-through ascents at an alarming rate. The next they will drop off the face of the planet for several months leaving some to question why. Our answer is simple,
Man or Machine? Patxi Usobiaga continues to blur the line and push the limit with training methods and comp excellence.
Comp fiend and outdoor fanatic fires off on her season to date as she burns through her latest crag.
Wanted: Looking for a wing-suit flying, base jumping, free soloing expert with nerves of steel and a love for animals. Must be willing to impact society in a positive way by inspiring others.
Andy Raether's latest offering is not a new route or hard ass boulder problem, it is an insight to the climbing game and a no holds barred commentary on the depths of the game.
Daila Ojeda has been ripping through the sport climbing scene, attacking routes with focus and desire, wherein she will do anything she can to send the problem.
Isaac Caldiero is many things. He is an amateur geologist, a wandering philosopher, and sometimes during fits of desert heat he has been mistaken for the messiah (maybe it's the hair), but more importantly he is a ball of per
Adam Ondra reports back on his plans for Worlds and sets the community straight about grading and other controversy surrounding our sport.