Cragmama "Not all who wander are lost…" JRR Tolkien

Guest Post on The Outdoor Adventure Blog

Folks that know me are probably aware that it really gets on my nerves when other people tout climbing as a sport for only extreme, thrill-seeking, adrenaline junkie uber-athletes.  I think one of the best parts about climbing is that due to the many different types and styles of climbing, there’s more than enough room for responsible, safety-conscious, mere mortals like myself and the majority of my climbing friends.  So when Paul Osborn over at The Ourdoor Adventure Blog asked me to do a “Climbing 101″ post for his readers, I of course jumped on the chance to dispel some common misconceptions that a lot of folks have about the sport of rock climbing.  Check out my post by clicking here, and be sure to check out the rest of the site as well – its chock full of outdoorsy fun, from survival tips and gear reviews to backcountry cooking tips and other do-it-yourself projects. 

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“Not all who wander are lost.” —JRR TOLKIEN