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Recently, we asked YOU guys at PG SF, what you were most excited to learn from our Instructors this August. We had an awesome response:

free training tips vote chart

Coming up first on
Thursday, August 6th
@ 7:30pm with PG Instructor, Krystina!

She’ll be going over basic hand jams and footwork. This is something we deem extremely important if you are thinking about transitioning from gym to crag. Check out this picture of Krystina killing it on the cracks, then come see it for yourself!

krystina crack climbing

Thursday August 13th,
with PG Instructor Luca @7:30p
Luca will be going over difficult foot tricks such as kneebars, toehooks, and bicycles.

Luca bouldering

Don’t miss out, and stay tuned for the new and upcoming topics!  Free Training Tips will be running every Thursday night @ 7:30pm in August, and every Tuesday night @ &:30pm in September. We’ll see you there.

Jul 202015
Crux of the Week - Bouldering League!

  CRUX OF THE WEEK – Bouldering League! For more Information about Bouldering League or for upcoming dates for your gym see our website here! Beginner – Green V2 LOCATION:  Highball SETTER:  Nico CLIMBER:  Mitch Intermediate – White V5 LOCATION:  Highball SETTER:  Nico CLIMBER:  Mitch Advanced – White V6 LOCATION:  Highball SETTER:  Brian Adams CLIMBER:  Mitch

Get Your Kicks on the Crucifix: by Walker Emerson

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Jun 112015
Get Your Kicks on the Crucifix: by Walker Emerson

The Crucifix viewed from the ground on a hot summer day. Photo by Walker Emerson   The Crucifix is a beautiful line that ascends Higher Cathedral in Yosemite Valley. The route follows a series of cracks with a prominent horizontal feature at two thirds that forms a cross. Endless wide cracks split colorful clean rock, and Read more…