El Potrero Chico: A Sport Climber’s Paradise

For years, Potrero has been at the top of my list. It’s home to the second longest sport route in North America, Time Wave Zero, and the notorious El Sendero Luminoso that Alex Honnold free soloed in January of 2014. It’s the sport climber’s Yosemite, with more multi-pitch sport routes than a climb-cation could ever have time for. Thankfully, if you want to make the most … Continue reading El Potrero Chico: A Sport Climber’s Paradise

El Chorro: Easy Living, Hard Climbing

My first international climbing trip was to El Chorro in the Andalucia region of Spain. It was a short, two-and-a-half-day stint that we squeezed between trips to Granada, Mijas, and other coastal towns in Benalmadena. At the time, my climbing skills were desperate and on half the climbs my husband had to pull me up on top rope as I struggled to make my way to the … Continue reading El Chorro: Easy Living, Hard Climbing