A Perspective on Rock Climbing in Cuba & Its Culture [Including Vinales]

Today we’ll show you a climber’s perspective on rock climbing Cuba. Submitted by one of our readers, who happens to be in the middle of driving across the planet in his truck.   You’ll get a first-hand perspective on traveling to Cuba, the culture and of course, the climbing.  I think you’re going to love it. […]

I Free Soloed Tenaya Peak (Here’s What Happened)

Today you’re going to read about free solo climbing the Tenaya Peak in Yosemite National Park. (In fact) This article is going to give you a first hand perspective, bases off the author’s actual experience free soloing one of the Tuolumne Meadows’ most famous peaks. Enjoy! What’s Free Solo Rock Climbing All About? “Free solo […]

4 Reasons Why You Need To Go To the Cochamó Valley Now

A few months ago, Rock and Ice released an article detailing the author’s rather pessimistic view of the future of Cochamó. Though I wanted to disagree with the author’s views, I found myself unfortunately nodding my head more than shaking it. The fact of the matter is that the we (humans) tend to destroy beautiful […]

5 Reasons I liked Crazy Horse More Than Tonsai

For decades Tonsai has been one of the world’s go-to climbing destination. I’ve been fortunate to visit Tonsai on multiple occasions. It is a amazing place, and I highly suggest you to take a trip there to see if for yourselves. But that being said, Tonsai is not without its downsides. Victim to its own […]