I just posted the next short video in our series highlighting Climb-On Maps features. This video highlights our Crag Summaries, which are awesome for at-a-glance planning. Imagine this - you can instantly tell how many climbs are on a wall, the types of climbs (sport, trad, TR), the distribution of grades, and the number of aid or multipitch climbs... basically, will a wall work for you? Then place that helpful info on a map so you can easily where the wall is located, where it is relative to other walls, as well as, how challenging it is to get there. Pretty sweet! Check out the video in today’s story and in our highlights!
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💪Dry needling can be a great tool to make a quick change in a muscle.
🧗♀️Dry needling is fairly popular with climbers and can be utilized for many different reasons.
🖐️Climbers often think of the obvious muscles that can be dry needled... Like the forearm, hand, and main rotator cuff muscles.
☝️But these are some muscles that can be very impactful to dry needle with climbers!
🏋️♂️Keep in mind that dry needling doesn't "cure" anything and that I always follow up dry needling with some good exercise after.
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this photo when adveture season on
Agust 2010, 9 years ago experience climbing Mount Leuser. which is the second longest mountain after the mount cartenz.
This mountain range has three famous peaks with its highest peak is the Nameless Peak 3455m above sea level, Puncak Loser 3404m above sea level, and the peak of Leuser 3143m above sea level. There is still one more peak, the peak of Karang Putih or the locals call it Pucuk Aceh.
mountains that are rarely climbed by people because they have long paths and are quite challenging paths. if asked, how to climb the leuser mountain? and what got there? not afraid? how come it can be strong? what do you eat there. ? how come you want to climb the mountain? and many more questions. for me this is an amazing experience that I have ever had, because climbing this mountain spends 14 days reaching the peak. we have to pass a total of 23 camp, 3 of which are included in the climbed peak.
14 days a long way home. without signal and without bathing, and carrying loads more than 30 kg. and always survive to be able to go home safely and safely. this picture was taking while going summit mount leuser.
the challange of climbing this mountain not only about the hight altitude, extreme wind, extreme weather,, but also we have carry our own luggage about 30 kg that we separate it on the backpack.
thank you leuser for your 14 days of experience to be grateful, teach to never give up and appreciate life.😇 live only once, and live happily whatever you choose and full of experience.😎
Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter. - Rachel Carson | photo: @wheelwood
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Adventure legend 💪
L’alpiniste japonaise Junko Tabei (1939-2016) fut la première femme à atteindre le sommet de l'Everest, le 16 mai 1975, et à avoir complété les Seven Summits, 17 ans après.
📷 Jaan Künnap