The purpose of this blog is to share my modest experiences about ice climbing, feelings, climbing spots, related equipment and techniques, tips and tricks, and hopefully inspire few other authors to join in this blog to share their knowledge so that fellow climbers could benefit from what they’ve experienced.
Though this blog is mostly concentrating on ice climbing, I’m occasionally writing on related topics which interest me, such as winter hikes, randone skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, snow safety issues and such. Perhaps during the summer times, when there’s less ice, there will be few not so ice related posts as well. I’m also warmly inviting fellow climbers to write.
Disclaimer (though it’s quite obvious):
Climbing, especially on winter conditions and on ice, is a dangerous sport if you don’t know what you’re doing. All the information in this site is provided as is without any guarantee, you should posses the experience and knowledge to judge by yourself, if any of it makes any sense to you and if it’s usable in real world situation. To make it clear: Don’t do anything just because it’s said in this site, judge yourself, read climbing literature and web-sites elsewhere, take classes and discuss with fellow climbers. Prepare yourself before you’ll get out there climbing ice.