Grivel athlete Natalie Afonino recently tested out the Grivel Trail Three poles and is now a convert to pole life. Check out her review of them.
Grivel and Beal athlete Natalie Afonina recounts her trip to the remote wilderness of Alaska to chase preseason ice. The ice climbing there is big, blue, and beautiful... if you can handle the frigid cold, wild terrain, and short daylight hours.
Cypher Climbing ambassador Fallon Rowe talks about her trip to El Potrero Chico over the winter. It featured tons of climbing on amazing single and multi-pitch routes, fun with good people, giant margaritas, hot springs, and the headgames of diving back into the sport after surgeries.
With Beal's line of dynamic climbing ropes that feature UNICORE, climbers now have a safer option to consider when purchasing a rope. UNICORE permanently bonds a rope’s sheath to its core. This eliminates sheath slippage, allows a climber to escape off the rope if the sheath has been cut, reduces rope shrinkage, and allows for the temporary cutting of a rope without the usual fraying of the sheath.
Our CFO, Teri Paskvan, was recently named Woman of the Month in the Utah Association of CPA’s January 2020 edition of The Journal Entry! Check out the article HERE on pages 28-29.
Cindy has a rare autoimmune inflammatory disease. She doesn’t let it slow her down though, because she loves to go backpacking. Cindy hopes to inform and educate people about the disease during her travels, and also to encourage doctors and pharmaceutical companies to do more research on Behcet’s disease and others like it. She is writing a book of 'adventures, misadventures, and gear recommendations' during her backpacking trip to help raise awareness.