What do you, Alex Puccio and Daniel Woods all have in common? Each of you have climbed some amazing routes set by Sportrock's Director of Routesetting Jeremy Hardin. For another year, Jeremy's talent has been nationally recognized as he was again selected to serve as the Chief Route Setter at the American Bouldering Series National Championships. Our congratulations go to Jeremy and we look forward to having you back at SR setting those world class routes for us to climb like the pros!Read More
Sportrock Climbing Flash Blog
...to Penguin Climbing!
Dust off your tux or dig up that old bridesmaid dress they said you could wear again... Penguin Climbing is back!Read More
You may have already noticed some improvements around Sportrock, and there are more coming your way. Check out the latest additions and stay tuned for what's to come in the future.Read More
One month and counting to 24HHH…
Sportrock Instructor Jamie Rookwood is back with another installment of 24HHH. He's here to provide you with training recommendations as he enters his last month of preparation for this year's event. In Jamie's words; "One of my personal mottos is, it’s easy to do something when your fresh….but can you do it when your tired? Can you dig deep and use your technique and whatever juice you have to finish". Read on for some important tips like why you shouldn't eat bacon at 3am in the middle of 24HHH!
Inside the Setters Studio w/ JD Cantrell
We sat down with Sportrock Routesetter JD Cantrell to talk about how he prepares for our annual Beat the Heat competition, the importance of teamwork and where to grab a bite after a climbing session...
“The Adventures of Buster McThunderstick and Chewbacca” - 24HHH Part 2
Sportrock Instructor Jamie Rookwood is back with the second part of his series on 24 Hours of Horshoe Hell. Take a look back at this first post and then read on for his most recent adventures.
Bury the Dragon - Climb4Life + HERA
Of all the stickers on her helmet, the one that puzzled me read, “Bury The Dragon.” Waiting for our turn to climb, I tapped her shoulder. A petite dark-haired woman in her early thirties turned to face me and smiled.
“Hi! I’m Samantha.”
“I’m Judy. Hey, what’s “Bury The Dragon?”
“I’ll tell you about it tonight,” she grinned, and reached for the rope to tie in.