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Report From The 2011 Collegiate Climbing Series

A report from the final event of the 2011 Collegiate Climbing Series

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Is Europe Taking America’s Lunch on the Rocks? Yes…and No.

Is Europe Taking America’s Lunch on the Rocks? Yes…and No.

To wrap up the discussion from last week about the perceived superiority of European sport climbers compared to American sport climbers is this guest post by Urban Climber Editor Justin Roth

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Let’s Talk Style

Let’s Talk Style

A guest post from Rhoads about the finer points of Climbing Style

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Climbing With A Baby:  Some Reflections

Climbing With A Baby: Some Reflections

As a recently married couple, Mrs. Narc and I are asked about when we will have kids more than just about anything. In this guest post, Peter Beal examines some of the issues one must deal with when climbers start a family.

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Climb Like A Girl

Climb Like A Girl

This is another guest post from Zonk. If you would like to write a guest post on any climbing related subject or share some pictures from a recent roadtrip, please contact me. I was going to write a diatribe on the bad journalism that one often sees in climbing news. And I thought about writing […]

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Red Wing Barn Bluff:  A Midwestern Anomaly

Red Wing Barn Bluff: A Midwestern Anomaly

“Coming to Carleton was a strictly academic decision,” I explain to the student interviewing me for the Carletonian, the student Newspaper at Carleton College, a small liberal arts college in Northfield Minnesota (think Middlebury in the Midwest). It was my first week on campus and already word had gotten out that I was “some kind […]

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Hillbilly Hollow

Hillbilly Hollow

Note from Climbing Narc – Thanks to Sarah for this guest post on Hillbilly Hollow Three hours after leaving Milwaukee, Tony, Kevlar and I pull into a rest stop just off the highway. We could be anyone, stopping to use the restrooms and stretch our legs. However, today we have a different purpose. Just behind […]

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