Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Sherman Photo Roof

Repeated with the bum knee and wrist. Probably not the smartest thing. Heeee!

photo : stevenosloan

 Originally uploaded by stevenosloan

Monday, November 29, 2010


A little birdy told me where I might find some fresh rocks. Decided to make a little trip with the family over thanksgiving break. The spot may haz potential for teh boulders, but trad lines are the most obvious. Due to time constraints I was only able to see a fraction of the area and I was unable to access the big blocs scoped from top. Could be super rad....could also be chossgarglingturdburgl0rrz. Hopefully the former. We shall see, must go back soon.   :)

Foggy ride up the mountain


Big Block

Death Leaf Steepness

Section of sandstone w/ gunksy pebbles. There was also some nice iron plate action going on as well.

pics by p.lee, yay-er!!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

HP40 Craaaaaack

*lost camera a while back, here's an old one i never posted from the summer*

HP40 night and day sesh. Ran into some psyched kidz from Baton Rougue, LA. Here is E on a short crack problem to the right of God module. I believe it was called something like Hard, Painful and Scary. something like that, hah!

Friday, October 15, 2010


Randomtronics from EM on Vimeo.

A quick edit for Mitchel's slide show.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Three from Peekskill

Fat Bonsai

Deer Crack
Deer Crack
Deer Crack

Mole Rock

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

on tour

dax sending The Spike

eric doin the Fat Bastard

tim getting seconds on Randy Puro Problem

Saturday, August 21, 2010


Just got back from the Colorado with Mark. Hit up Mt.Evans, area A and Lincoln Lake, and also checked out some of RMNP, seeing Moraine Park, and Chaos canyon. Rock quality is high, but not terribly unique. Most problems were a variation on crimp ladders and/or edges. There is a distinct dearth of problems in the V4-V8 range, and areas don't tend to be very concentrated. Minimum two mile approaches seem to be the norm, with an accompanying elevation change of 1500 feet. Most of the climbing we did was at an altitude of 10.500-12.000 feet. Of course there were some very nice lines but in summary: Colorado, over-hyped.

With that enjoy some videos, and there's a second raw vid of Time Line to give you an idea of size. Gettin' psyched to shralp this season! Woot woot!

Another Day at Evans from Garrett Koeppicus on Vimeo.

Time Line V0 from Garrett Koeppicus on Vimeo.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Just Another Day of 80 Degree Bouldering

Good times were had on greasy holds in PA. Getting psyched for fall temps! Yayr!

Monday, August 09, 2010

Trapps naps

Passed out at the party again.

Originally uploaded by ericmonasterio.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Welded Tuff

Spent some lazy days in Smith Rock and couldn't help but using some cheap point and shoot tricks. The temps were splendid!

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

A little California love for you all

Monday, May 17, 2010


Pics by Jobiana Gabrielli.

Some crushin' in Lost City this weekend, wot wot?!

As per request, in order of appearance:

The Solution
Big Black

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Steppin Razor

EO steps up to the Razor. Triple Right, Gunks, May 2010.

When I say jump...

Papi goes big ...
But Snelling was the one to stick it...

Triple Right, Gunks, May 2010

Monday, May 03, 2010

Meanwhile, in Yosemite...

The waterfalls are flowing...

I got in a day in the Valley yesterday, bouldering in the morning, and crack climbing in the afternoon. Above is No Holds Barred (V7), a classic highball on the Sentinel boulder. This is about as high as I got, and the business is really a burly dyno to the lip, about 6 feet above my hands...

Christine, who I was climbing with, found a novel way to deal with the height-dependent campus start of a V5 around the corner...

I'll be back in NYC from May 5-12. Thinking about trying to get to the Gunks, or at least the place we go on Tuesdays...

Big Love,

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Switzerland Part I

Well it's been a long time coming, and it's perhaps a bit emo. Whatever. Here's part I of a two part series about shralping the gnar in Switzerland. Enjoy.

Also, methinks mebbe there needs to be a dabtronics vimeo pro account so we can have these bad boys in high quality.

Switzerland Fall 2008 Part I from Garrett Koeppicus on Vimeo.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Sum Souf Shtuf

Some random shots of boulderz in the south. w00t!
Joe O. on the Godfather @ Moss Rock Preserve. Cool line climbing out right from the reignition cave. JO setting up for a loooooong move to small hold. Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. bizatbizat.

Micah on Southern Slang @ Suck Creek, TN.
This is a steeep, vur nice line climbing out the prow on INCUT CRIMPS, finishing with a big/long move out over the lip. soopacool. Good motivation to get stronger, hahaha.  Line reminds me of something from the northeast, atypical of the south.

Matt Hanner on Latin For Dagger @ LRC. Posted a vid of this before, but the boulder has teh plusplus colors. yup.

Hope all is well out there!

p.s. - when is the next souf trip? muahahaha!! oh btw, i'll be in nyc late June will get you guys teh infos soon. lets go climb some of that newness in the junks. or cp. wah! hollah!