Posted: May 07, 2023Categories: Climbing, Climbing Diary
In the last week of October I went on a week-long trip to Leonidio in Greece. Having never been to the area before, I decided to focus the trip on onsighting, trying to visit as many of the crags and try as many of the 5 star classics as possible.
Posted: April 13, 2022Categories: Bouldering Diary , Climbing Diary , Athletes
One of the interesting things about being able to return to bouldering areas year on year, is the ability to see change. Change in the climbing environment. Change in the boulders. Change in the community, and of course change in yourself. For me, seeing
Posted: February 21, 2018Categories: Bouldering Diary , Climbing Diary
Looking back to the day of Dev Squad Selection, I felt confident that I had done well.
Posted: January 12, 2018Categories: Climbing, Bouldering Diary , Climbing Diary
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
Posted: January 04, 2018Categories: Bouldering Diary , Climbing Diary
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