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 Lineberry2017-06-14 05:15:142017-06-14 05:15:14(FINALLY!) Back at the NRG
It only took us until the middle of June this year, but we FINALLY made it back up to one of our favorite places in the entire world this past weekend. All spring it seemed we had one logistical issue after another – weather, partners, schedules, you name it. The only other time we’ve gone this long without climbing at the New River Gorge was the year Little Zu was born, when we skipped spring/summer up there entirely and waited til fall. But now all is right in the world. It may be too little too late when it comes to…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 Lineberry2016-09-21 11:38:432016-09-21 11:38:43The 2016 Craggin’ Classic
It’s the middle of September, and that means it’s time for two things – migrating north for the Craggin’ Classic at the New River Gorge…and my kids getting sick. Last year, it was a mysterious fever for Little Zu. This year, it was a tummy bug that left its mark on several family members before heading elsewhere…but that’s probably all you need to know about that. Anyway, by the time the event was underway, everyone was (mostly) okay, and our logistical plans (always the crux when climbing with kids) went off without a hitch. The kids and I had headed…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 Lineberry2016-03-30 12:30:332016-03-30 12:30:33Spring Climbing Season Has Sprung!
This past weekend represented the official “start” of spring climbing season for us. The CragDaddy and I both came into the weekend with somewhat mixed emotions. On the one hand, we were SO PSYCHED about the chance to get back on a rope, back up to the New River Gorge, and start spending our weekend on the rock again. Ordinarily there are plenty of opportunities to get some climbing in during the winter on clear, calm days at south-facing crags (sun’s out, gun’s out!) But this winter it seemed like it rained on just about every free weekend we had, and as…Read the rest of this entry →