Blog from December, 2017

Fred Beckey Obituary

Some of the older readers of this forum might know of prolific first ascenionist Fred Beckey. Responsible for many iconic and groundbreaking routes throughout North America including - along with Yvon Chouinard - the Beckey-Chouinard in the Bugaboos, Beckey was one of a kind. As I was doing a bit of surfing I came across this obituary that explores his unique life and personality.

And if you fancy a bit of moderate technical difficulties over a long committing route in an alpine setting, here is a topo of the brilliant Beckey-Chouinard that will forever stand as a monument to this phenomenal man:

 

Hi! I`m in Devonport since this week i`m from Chile and am traveling in tassie! I could only bring my climbing shoes my harness and my helmet but i have a lot o motivation to knew crags spots and to climb! my wpp number is +569 965 30 597,  you could msg me if you're looking for a partner or know anyone who does! would be great 

BYE!! Paula

Hello everyone !

 

I recently arrived in Tasmania as part of my cycling journey around Australia. Just spent 2 days in Hillwood and really enjoyed it, specially the quirky Far Side. Im planning to be around Lauceston for a while and then head elsewhere in the island. 

 

Got some sport climbing gear including a rope but I'm very keen on finally starting trad. Did a trad course in NZ but never got to practice. Can climb 17s, maybe 18s once I warm up well :) Msg me if you're looking for a partner or know anyone who does ! My phone number is 0474 165 233 !

 

Cheers

Herve

 

 

partner for Alix

An aquaintance is coming to Tassie, and looking for a partner for some cool Tassie stuff.

She's a valley local, I believe, saw her there last Fall.

I think she climbs pretty hard.

Contact Alix Morris on Facebook, or post here and I will point her here.

 

Cheers