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    The Great American Dirtbags by Luke Mehall

    Aug 7, 14 • 1791 Views • books, climbing culture, Dirtbagging3 Comments

    It’s about that time to officially announce that my second book, The Great American Dirtbags is printed and a real thing instead of this vision inside my mind. by Luke Mehall, publisher of The Climbing Zine This book, which I am proud of, is a...

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    Hippies, Dirtbags, and A Gift From Grandma

    Jul 16, 14 • 1100 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    When I was in my later years of being a teenager I was convinced that I was born too late. I wanted to live in the 1960s. I was going through phases, searching for who I was, and I thought I was a hippie. I had dreadlocked hair, smoked pot, experimented with...

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    Dirtbags with iPhones, How modern technology helps make the dirtbag dream a reality

    Apr 24, 13 • 6764 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    The way of the dirtbag is a simple life: maximizing recreation while minimizing responsibility. Life as free as the wind, work as little as possible, and spend mucho time in the outdoors doing what you love. As a rock climber, in my twenties I lived this...

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    Volume 6 Live On Kindle

    Sep 14, 14 • 138 Views • Dirtbagging, zinesNo Comments

    The sixth volume of The Climbing Zine is now live on Kindle. Titled “Prose and Parables From The Sharp End” this issue features a range of some of the most talented underground climbing writers including: Drew Thayer, Alexis McLean, James Lucas,...

  • Tucker horizontal Diamond

    The Sanctity of High Places – On The Diamond

    Sep 12, 14 • 95 Views • ColoradoNo Comments

    The clean smell of wet granite brings me to my senses like nothing else does. (Except maybe coffee…yeah, let’s all say it: thank god for coffee). Lately, it seems I’ve been basing my whole lifestyle around chasing that scent. I dream about it, in my...

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    Review: Outdoor Research Ferrosi Hoody

    Sep 11, 14 • 199 Views • GearNo Comments

    Soft-shell clothing has become popular over the years because of its adaptability, allowing athletes to bring fewer clothes and be more comfortable in changing conditions without having to change their layers. Retail: $129.00 The Outdoor Research Ferrosi...

  • boulder weekend 017

    This is Buildering

    Aug 19, 14 • 7756 Views • Dirtbagging, humorNo Comments

    In the deep of the twilight, the night, buzzed on something, spirits, smoke, the usual, a change occurs: an athletic alchemy, different urges, some of the chances and opportunities of the night have passed, with no possibility of getting laid, you’ve stayed...

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    Psicocomp 2014 Photos

    Aug 14, 14 • 1077 Views • UtahNo Comments

    “The Psicocomp was even better than last year,” seems to sum up the response to the second annual deep water soloing competition held last weekend in Park City, Utah. We agree. The main difference in the event was the routes were easier (an estimated 13a...