Moonlight Chronicles for Mountain Gazette #189
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Mountain Media from Mountain Gazette issue #189
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Located just to the north of Moab, the crumbling rock towers of Utah’s Castle Valley stand broken and forlorn, ancient guardians of time itself.
Students in the club also opened up the University of Wyoming campus to climbing when they noticed the features of the buildings’ sandstone façades.
If I slipped and fell from this height, I thought, I would definitely die, and if that happened, everyone would think I did it on purpose.
Charles reflects on his eventful trip to Joshua Tree and what led him there.
When Lito proposed skiing to Ouray from Telluride, I naturally jumped at the chance. What is a poor boy from the plains to do?
People and various critters aren’t the only things that climb or seek gratification via highness.
Outdoor Adventure Media