Bouldering Diary

  1. 'The Story of Two Worlds - by Christof Rauch

    About three years ago I tried "The Dagger" for the first time. Back then, I thought I could do it pretty quick but practice showed me something different. It took me five sessions to find a beta that worked for me. Since I started to try it out

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  2. On Damaging Rock - by Ben Moon

    On Damaging Rock - by Ben Moon

    I remember when North East climber and photographer, Mark Savage, sent me a photo of the damage done to the classic Bowden problem 'Vienna'. The damage is obviously due to it's popularity and 'Vienna' is certainly not unique in this

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  3. The Real Thing By Ivan Lisica

    The Real Thing By Ivan Lisica

    So, is it possible to raise kids, work full time and (continue to) climb well? There are many examples that it is possible, but the real question is how? 

    Having children means a day-long action, regular

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  4. David Fitzgerald Takes On Switzerland

    David Fitzgerald Takes On Switzerland

    Our #MoonTeam Athlete, David Fitzgerald, has just got home from a long three week trip to Switzerland! This is a video of some great lines that he climbed during some of his days spent in Ticinto, Switzerland. 

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  5. The Big Island by Michiel Nieuwenhuijsen

    The first time I tried the Island was in January 2013. What a beast! I could desperately make (most of) the single moves, but not the transitions from one body position to the next. Nevertheless I was intrigued by this problem, the most brutal and

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