Yosemite Fall Bouldering
The Yosemite fall bouldering season is in full swing. New problems have been getting established and older problems are being revitalized. The shorter days of winter are ideal for bouldering and for many bay climbers, Yosemite is a short drive away.
Post Send Depression [v7] from Paul B on Vimeo.
Paul Barraza put up Post Send Depression, a new boulder problem between Jungle Book and the descent on the Sentinel Boulder's B1 Boulder in Yosemite. The footage from this climb and the next few problems is from BetaBase
, a great resource for climbing around the bay area.
Budōkan [v9] from Paul B on Vimeo.
Justin Alarcon climbing Budokan (v9) at the Riverside Rock in Yosemite. Justin works at the front desk at Ironworks. He's the guy in the tight cut off jean shorts with the really really ridiculously good hair.
7 up [v5] from Paul B on Vimeo.
Ironworks manager, Lyn Barraza is no slouch either. This footage proves it, as she hikes a Riverside Rock classic. This boulder is located just off the North Side drive past El Capitan and before the Pohono bridge.
For those that need a little extra gear for their bouldering trips, Touchstone now has custom Organic Touchstone chalk bags, crash pads, and all the brushes, chalk, and good you need to check out the boulders around Yosemite.
Labels: BetaBase, Yosemite bouldering