Being back in home has inspired me to put to rest a number of projects that I’ve been wanting to do for many moons. While this may seem like a click-bait-y type of heading, I really do think that Gift of Gold is up there with some of the best climbs I’ve done.Read More Cape Town’s King Line
Taking a break from my expeditions and getting my degree was something that I needed to do – for me. I took subjects that I enjoyed. However, 4 years down the line, I felt far too much like a desk jockey. Having worked my way through university to pay off my tuition definitely made me […]Read More KAYU Adventures | Travel + Experiences
Throughout the many mundane tasks that make up our lives there are relatively few number of experiences that define us and make us. Yesterday, Celestial Journey was that event. I got a job at the old Mountain Mail Order when I was 14. I was just getting into the hiking/climbing scene and I looked up […]Read More Progress
It’s funny how much of an echo-chamber my news feeds have become. Most of my life I’ve made the conscious decision to integrate myself into one of the smaller sporting communities as climbing and mountaineering are, inadvertently I’ve surrounded myself with some incredibly driven and talented athletes. In this obscure niche community of mountain jockeys, […]Read More We’re Really that SICK?!
There are many things that I want to achieve in my life. I have my rather long- slightly-deranged- pipe-dream goals which include an 8000m peak without oxygen. Then I have my more realistic goals (this doesn’t mean that I’m not very much bent on doing the whacky pipe dreams) …. these realistic ones are broken […]Read More The mountains are calling and I, for now, must study French Subjunctive…
There was something incredible about topping out on the summit of Krakadouw just as the sun began to set and we found ourselves immersed in a maze of gargoyles and wind beaten sandstone formations. It had taken us 8 vertical hours, going through some of the most aesthetically stunning pitches on one of the biggest […]Read More Krakadouw, feeling small in a big place