Last week, the Lattice Team headed off to sunny Spain for a working holiday week of sport climbing in Chulilla, a beautiful limestone gorge just 45 minutes from Valencia. Being the first sport climbing trip for a while for most of us, we each came away with some significant lessons learned that we hope to […]
Sebastian Bailey is one of our clients with a more interesting and tricky-to-manage work schedule. Working as an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, Sebastian has to be physically ready for training and field events, working his training for climbing around this. With the support of coach Ella Russell, Sebastian succeeded in sending a […]
Darko Naumoski surprised himself by onsiting his first 7a, just 6 months into his first Lattice Premium Plan with Maddy Cope! In this blogpost, Darko talks about the physical and mental gains required for the send, and what he’s learned from the process of training and projecting. All photos from Darko Naumoski If you think […]
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When Dave Finch got in touch to enquire about a Lattice Board for a home setup that would become a community hub in a quiet corner of Arizona, we were excited to see what he would come up with! In this blogpost, Dave talks us through the motive, build and use behind his new Lattice […]
Saloni Shah came back to training after having her first child to climb her first 7c+. Recently, on a trip to Kalymnos with her husband, Saloni broke into the 8s with her first 8a, as well as onsighting 7c. It seems having a baby isn’t making this super-mum slow down anytime soon!
An interview with Laur Sabourin – a US-based climber and guide – about three of her recent projects. Laur delves deeply into how they manage these projects, what drew them to them, and ultimately what they takes away from having sent – or not sent – the climbs.
Aaron Child writes about sending 14a and V10 on home-turf in Utah, and enjoying the process along the way.