“Expanding Your Horizons: Getting the Most Out of Guided Climbing”. Climbing Magazine. Annual 2006.
“Let’s say you’re brand new to climbing and can’t wait to get started. Or, let’s say you’ve got some experience, but want to become a better climber. Maybe you know the basic systems, but want to learn how to move over a new medium (rock, ice, or snow), or maybe you just have a desire to learn. Traditionally, you have three options: learn from friends, a club, or a guide. The first two options are typically cheaper, but offer a slower progression than hiring a professional. If you are psyched to learn quickly and safely, you’re the perfect candidate to hire a mountain guide…”