Monthly Archives: January 2018
Last climbing day in Mexico. Got in one last multi-pitch before catching a taxi into Monterrey to stay with our friend for one night. He showed us around the riverwalk for churros and we had more yummy delicious piratas.
Some multi and some cragging. We were feeling a little tired and no rest days on vacation amiright.
The hardest, longest, best climb day of my life to date. A 30m approach, through the thicket of cactus and loose rock. All six of us were able to find 3 routes next to one another. My climbing partner and … Continue reading
After using mileage points, it cost me $110 for a roundtrip flight from Portland to Monterrey, Mexico. 12 long hours of flying. There are no direct flights to this magical land. Myself and three friends visited our friend who is … Continue reading
Tilly Jane is an A frame cabin built in 1939 in Mt. Hood National Forest. From the trailhead it is about a three miles to the cabin. We trekked in on a Thursday. The sun had just set as … Continue reading