Not much time to write this week unfortunately, but I wanted to draw your attention to an online magazine I’ve been checking out recently, Climberism. Climberism is an online website/magazine similar to Deadpoint Magazine, albeit on a smaller scale at this point. Unlike DPM and the print magazines, Climberism is focused mainly on climbing in the northeast:
Climberism Magazine is northeast climbing. We live for epic Adirondack climbs surrounded by fall foliage, the dinner plate ice in sub-zero temps, and the humidity that has the rocks slicker than the Vermont butter on your maple pancakes. We are the clam chowder in your thermos, the microbrew on top of Mt. Washington, and the muddy crash pad when spring season breaks. We’re not just any climbing, we’re northeast climbing. It’s who we are, it’s what we do.
Issue 5 of Climberism was just released, and while it follows the familiar climbing magazine template as far as layout and design is concerned, its focus solely on one region of the country made for some interesting content. You can check out Issue 5 for yourself, as well as all the back issues, by clicking here. (The issues are free provided you are willing to go through a brief sign-up process)