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Jun 262012
2nd Annual Castle Rock Clean-up

First of all, as cool and catchy as the name sounds, the title of this event is actually misleading. Last week, a group of over 50 high school students, all part of rock climbing clubs from the Fremont Union High School District, headed up to Sanborn County Park to do a trash cleanup around Indian Read more…

Apr 242012
Treks & Tracks - Back from Cochamo Valley!

Last year, Planet GRANTS It! awarded Treks and Tracks $5,000 to realize their dream.  Their mission?  To help establish great new lines in Cochamo Valley all while travelling sustainably on horesback.  Join us this week to hear about their trip! Planet Granite San Francisco – Wednesday April 25th 7:30pm Planet Granite Sunnyvale – Friday April Read more…

Apr 052012
Return to Genyen - coming to Planet Granite next week!

Last year, Planet GRANTS It! awarded Dave Anderson $5000 to pursue his dream of establishing a first ascent and raising awareness about an English School in Litang, China.  Next week he will be visiting us, sharing vivid pictures and tales of his travels to the other side of the world. Wednesday April 11th – PG Read more…

Mar 152012
PG SF Staff go to Bishop!

Eliot going big on Saigon Direct Little known fact: When not folding towels or giving belay tests the staff at PG SF really do enjoy climbing outside. With thoughts of golden granite boulders swimming in our heads, Eliot, Buddy, Maria, Stephanie Moy (aka Smoy) and myself departed from our plastic paradise in the Presidio for Read more…

Nov 102011
Planet GRANTS It! - First Ascents in Cochamo Valley, Patagonia

The second of three $5,000 Planet GRANTS It! grants was awarded to Jakob, Daniel and Paul who pitched an amazing trip for this winter, travelling by horseback through the Cochamo Valley to put up a ton of First Ascents, many in the moderate grade range.  Their trip is a true inspiration, promoting a sustainable form of Read more…