“Klettergarden: Alpine Moderate Madness in Rocky Mountain National Park.” Climbing Magazine. August 2007.
“What comes to mind when I mention Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP)? Probably the Diamond of Longs Peak, that 1,000-foot granite plaque capping an ominous east-facing cirque. Or maybe Hallet Peak and the clusters of V-hard boulderers sessioning the talus at its base. Or tourists filming bored, overstuffed elk from their RV windows, and then flocking into Estes Park for ice cream and rubber tomahawks. You probably don’t think of classic alpine cruiser routes, though…”