Arno’s Dragon by Devin Dabney (a poem)
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
4d ago
Long before we decide, the path is carved for us. Sliced through existence to be forged for this one, and beyond. The goals we strive for in this life, the roles we thrive in, the roads we stride on, all to guide us through the night of our own inner selves, as we run from what hides behind us, driving us forward. Source ..read more
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5.6+ Tanks Are Here
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by Luke
1w ago
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Introducing The Microdose Mixtape
The Climbing Zine
by Luke, Luke Mehall
1w ago
Introducing our first ever mixtape from The Climbing Zine. The Microdose Mixtape pairs Luke Mehall’s spoken word poetry, with the music of Devin Dabney. Enjoy. Merch is available here: https://shop.climbingzine.com/ Tapes and vinyl will be available shortly… Source ..read more
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“Zine Thing” in Lander on June 27th at Wild Iris Mountain Sports
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
3w ago
We are psyched to announce that our next “Zine Thing” will be at Wild Iris Mountain Sports in Lander, Wyoming on Thursday, June 27th. The event is FREE. Luke Mehall will tell stories from The Zine, and we’ll also include stories from the audience. Have a story you’d like to tell? Please contact Luke at luke@climbingzine.com Keep The Zine Alive and subscribe: https://shop.climbingzine.com/ Source ..read more
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The Eleventh Hour of Half Dome by Jason Haas
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
3w ago
Climbing with a pack on is the worst. It’s heavy, it’s awkward, and you don’t even use half its contents in the end anyway. I was stuck, by all accounts of the word. I couldn’t go up; I couldn’t go down; I couldn’t go sideways. I was stuck. And it was all because of this damn pack. I was going to die an embarrassing death. YOSAR was going to have to come do a body recovery of my emaciated… Source ..read more
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From The Ice Rink To The Ice Climb with Taylor Luneau
The Climbing Zine
by Luke, Luke Mehall
1M ago
A conversation with Taylor Luneau. Taylor discovered climbing after an injury derailed his ice hockey career. Taylor and Luke have a wide ranging conversation from local climbing organizations to the relationship of climate change and ice climbing, and much more. Plus in the outro is the premiere of the poem 5.6+ from the upcoming Microdose Mixtape. Zine links: Support our podcast on Patreon… Source ..read more
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All Back Issues Sale: 1,000 pages of The Zine + Stickers for $59.99
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
1M ago
Score Volumes 14 – 23 + three dope stickers for $59.99. Shop the sale Shop the sale… Source ..read more
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Pain and Perseverance: Linking Sixteen Towers in a Day by Matt Pickren
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
1M ago
“If you just stop for a second, I can show you there’s no road out there!” Ben said. “I know there’s a road there; we drove it a couple years ago!” I fired back. We hadn’t even started an ordeal that would surely drive us to our wits’ ends, and we were already lost and arguing. At least on our first attempt, unlike our present situation, we were able to locate the road to North Six-Shooter. Source ..read more
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Time Dilation by Drew Thayer
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
1M ago
There’s a land at the end of the world that sleeps and wakes in its own time. It lies alone in the vastness of the ocean, the only land piercing otherwise unbroken sea. The wind whirls around the Antarctic vortex with the force of a spinning planet and slams into this land with cold indifference, a mere speedbump on its eternal journey around the pole. It is a land of fire and ice, stone and sky… Source ..read more
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Reflections on Dad by Tamara Robbins
The Climbing Zine
by Luke
1M ago
Since November, I’ve been in Modesto, California, with my family and, while here, digitally archiving the multitude of slides, negatives, writings, etc., that occupy nearly every corner of our home. Luke and I had discussed doing this photo essay months ago, and it’s been a bizarre endeavor, writing about something as personal and precious as my father, while knowing that publication will almost… Source ..read more
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