Friday, May 02, 2008

Grand Canyon and Men's Journal

The May issue of Men's Journal has an article about Tommy Caldwell and Beth Rodden going down the Grand Canyon written by my friend Dan Duane. Some very cool shots by Corey Rich of the climbing possibilities there. I was mostly a belayer on the trip but got the chance to lead a few pitches on the Grapevine Buttress in preparation for Tommy and Beth's free ascent. Check it out on the newstand.


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