Upcoming Slideshows and Events
Saturday, September 27th. 8:00pm. Free Admission.
Andy will detail in a multi media
presentation his challenges of climbing the Troll
Wall in Norway as well as his recent ascent of
Ulvetanna in Antarctica (probably the greatest
unclimbed wall in Antarctica). To be followed by a tech clinic featuring Andy and Pete Sissons from Montane, one of England's top manufacturers of lightweight endurance mountain gear.
Friday, October 3rd. 8:00pm. Free Admission
Paradox Rocks is a legendary series of weekend gatherings with amazing adaptive climbing where people with disabilities, their friends, partners and families can rock climb during the day and gather around the campfire at night. Rock and Snow is proud to be hosting a media presentation (speaker and subject TBD) as part of the Paradox Rocks Gunks event.
Friday, October 10th-Sunday, October 12th
The New Paltz Climbing Film Festival
Saturday, October 18th. 8:00pm. Free Admission
Why do people climb mountains? Because it gets us high! Doug’s long-awaited book, The Alchemy of Action, offers a fresh—even shocking—explanation of why people climb mountains, by delving into the brain chemistry behind climber’s euphoria. The intriguing story behind why we are so much more than “adrenaline junkies” leads deep into the psyches of all adventure athletes as they push toward the ragged edge of human potential and return with shimmering new awareness from a heady brew of hormonal cocktail that includes the surprising ingredients of home-made organic psychedelic compounds.
Saturday, October 25th. 8:00pm. Free Admission
Author of The Boulder: A Philosophy for Bouldering, Francis Sanzaro will read from his book and discuss why we find climbing so darn compelling.
Saturday, November 1st. 8:00pm. Free Admission
Jules Lines is Britain's most accomplished free solo climber. His quiet demeanour and natural technique have earned him the unofficial title of 'The Dark Horse' in Scottish climbing circles. In this, his first book, he recounts adventures and misadventures worldwide, from early achievements - completing all 277 Munros (1987) whilst still at school - to the continuing challenges of the present day. Spanning more than three decades of extreme climbing, his reflections reveal the drive and determination required for a human being to repeatedly gamble with his own existence, and for it to become not only a way of life, but his entire raison d'etre.
More events may be posted so check back soon.
as climbers are a community of people that travel to all ends of this
earth to pursue our love of the rock. If any of you would like to share
your experiences with us please call Andrew or email him.