Photo Sharing

I realize that it has been a long time since I have shared anything on this blog.  Accordingly, I am going to take the easy way out and simply post some photos from the last few weeks.   Here we go…… S.G. These are from a family vacation we took to St. George.  I’m lucky … Continue reading

Fine Jade

Funnest day ever.  Chase and I backpacked up to the ridge between the Rectory and Castleton Tower.  We arrived at 1:30 am, slept a couple of hours, woke up before the sunrise and started climbing.  After climbing Fine Jade we went and floated the Colorado in pool toys.  This was super funny because as we … Continue reading

Liquid Oxygen

A quick evening in American Fork Canyon yielded these photos. We were able to string up a few routes and enjoy the warm summer evening. Greg got this 3 star 12a without too much effort. Nice work Greg.

Castleton On A Windy Day

By: Greg Osborne If I had known what we were getting into I would have turned around.  On the other hand, I’m glad I didn’t.  I wouldn’t trade the experience for the world. This last weekend we all headed down to Castle Valley to climb some towers that have been on our tick lists for … Continue reading

Guest Post: A Woman’s Perspective | 3 Important Lessons About Climbing

This is our first guest post and it won’t be the last. Brooke contacted us wanting to contribute to Climberpost, we liked what she had to say and are happy to share it with you. She is a novice and is working her way into the climbing world. We welcome her to the climbing community … Continue reading


With most of the contribution team out on climbing trips, I figured it’d be a perfect time to post a few pictures from last season.

Cold Fusion

The north summit of Timpanogos has some of the most iconic lines in the Wasatch, Cold Fusion being one of the most sought after. It is one of those lines that just stares you down all winter long. This season didn’t allow us to get into any  steeper areas until now. Tanner picked me up … Continue reading

Epinephrine 5.9+

While eating a bowl of cereal one morning and flipping through my roommate’s copy of the book, Fifty Favorite Climbs, I stumbled upon a bad ass photo of woman in a seriously run out chimney.  The chimney was sandstone so I figured it had to be close. I quickly found out the chimney was that … Continue reading

Mountaineering Season Has Arrived In Utah

As the snowboarding season winds down, the peak-bagging season winds up. Desert towers and alpine summits are the name of the game for spring in the Beehive State, thanks to moderate temperatures, mostly predictable weather patterns, and a consolidated snowpack. I had the pleasure of getting atop Mount Nebo this weekend with the Utah Climbing … Continue reading

An Escape to St. George

I loathe leaving the Wasatch Range in the wintertime. With its limitless terrain to explore on my skis, there is no place I’d prefer to be. There’s always new peaks to summit, lines to ski, and powder stashes to plunder. This year, however, has been a different story. We’ve received record-low amounts of snow, and … Continue reading