Posts Tagged: brazil

967 DAYS

I could count countries, continents, crags, mountains, cities, routes, people. I won´t. The start of this trip seems like such a long time ago, that when I got to Brazil and people asked me about Nepal, it felt like it was 10 years ago. I can just count that 967 days is almost 3 years…. Read more »

PARAÍSO TRAILER

Falésia Paraíso, or translated literally “Paradise Cliffs”, is one of my favorite sport climb crags in Brazil. I´ve spent countless weekends there in the past years. This is where I started leading on my own and developed myself from a top-roper to an 11 grade climber, forged many good friendships with the amazing locals, camped… Read more »

FIRST CLIMB OF 2014: THE AID CLASSIC “TETO DO BAÚ”

Happy 2014 everyone! I hope this year is as filled with great climbing as 2013 was. Actually, I want more!   INTRODUCTION   The roof is the topmost tip of the rock. When I first started rock climbing a little over a year ago, I set my eyes on quite a few routes that are… Read more »