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Last Sends of the Year

I had a really good day the last day of the year. Fresh off a rest day Robin and I woke up super psyched to go try and send Xavier’s roof. After drinking 20 gallons of coffee I was jumping off the wall listening to horrible gangsta rap music, this is when I knew crushing […]

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End of the Season

It’s been snowing all day today!!!! I didn’t even get to enjoy the last of the fall since I got sick last week and just feel better now that conditions are ruined. Its okay though because I have been working on school work since the semester is coming to an end. Then hueco tanks for […]

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Shirts

Ethan and I screenprinted the first batch of shirts and I think they turned out really well.  Need to figure out how to set something up on the site so that we can try to sell some goods.  For now, just email us at scientiaclimbing@gmail.com if for some reason you’re interested in a shirt and […]

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Bishop

Laurel and I planned on making our vacation to flagstaff but the forecast of rain/snow was enough to change our minds. Next was Red Rocks, but we figured if that got wet it would take too long to dry, so we decided to play it safe and head to bishop. It was a fun trip […]

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Bishop 2.0

Finally made it outside for some climbing!  Couldn’t have asked for better conditions.  Climbed a lot the first day at the happies doing a  bunch of classics and then completely flailed on harder stuff the next day at the milks…. Ethan sending Highbrow after falling from the top onto his back Chris on Black Magic […]

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The Bish

After remembering that I forgot climbing shoes and treating myself to an unnecessary new pair, we had a fun trip. Some good falls, sends and a lot of almosts. Matt attempting some yoga on Xavier’s Heavenly path Heading into the storm that almost turned us around. Crazy how the weather works.

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