https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png 0 0 Erica Lineberry https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png Erica Lineberry2016-03-02 12:10:102016-03-02 12:10:10Family Climbing: Big C’s First Multi-pitch Adventure
It was an epic day for our family at Stone Mountain last weekend. Well, for three of us anyway. We left Baby Zu with the grands, and whisked Big C off to Stone Mountain for his very first day of multipitch climbing. Up until this point the highest Big C had ever been off the ground was probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 feet. But on a previous trip to Stone Mountain a few weeks ago, he had astonished all of us at how well he had scrambled up the friction slab, and the CragDaddy and I left wishing we could…Read the rest of this entry →
https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png 0 0 Erica Lineberry https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png Erica Lineberry2013-02-20 06:00:122013-02-20 06:00:12Guidebook Update – With a Sneak Preview!!!
After turning in a giant lump of manuscript to Earthbound Publishing at the end of the summer last year, my work on the guidebook has been pretty sporadic the past few months. Mostly I’ve just tweaking a few revisions here and there and wrapping up some interviews. However there has still been one large item on my punch list that had remained unchecked for a long time, mostly due to logistics…The North Face. Not the jacket company (although one of those would have come in handy!), but the North Face of Stone Mountain. For most climbers, it’s always been…Read the rest of this entry →