Motivate Your Climbing By Logging In

Motivate Your Climbing By Logging In

Here at MyClimb, we understand how important it can be to log and record climbs. Logging can improve motivation, reduce injury, and record personal levels of achievement. Keeping a long-term climbing log, also allows a climber to realistically evaluate their ascents...
MyClimber Interview with Vittorio Cuculo

MyClimber Interview with Vittorio Cuculo

Age: 27 Country: Italy Q: What are your climbing goals? My current main goal is to improve my technique and get comfortable with 6/7s (we use the French system). Another important goal to me is to have more chance to climb outdoor together with my wife and to buy a...
MyClimber Interview with Nicholas Christopher van Zyl

MyClimber Interview with Nicholas Christopher van Zyl

Age: 26 Country: South Africa Q: What are your climbing goals?: I don’t really have any specific climbing goals, but if there is one, it would be to be able to climb for as long as I am physically capable. Another goal would be to climb the triple 8 grade, 8a in...
MyClimber Interview with Mikayla Huffman

MyClimber Interview with Mikayla Huffman

Age: 15 Country: U.S.A. Q: What are your climbing goals? I’m currently learning to lead climb, so I’m working on getting outside more. My goal for this summer specifically is to lead outside a couple times, but a more long term goal is to lead a multi...
MyClimber Interview with Founder, Bill Brooks

MyClimber Interview with Founder, Bill Brooks

Q: How long have you been climbing and what got you started? A:  I first started climbing at 5 years old, on trips with my Dad, my brothers and Lou Renner, my climbing mentor, to places, like Joshua Tree and Lake Tahoe, in California.  I led my first traditional route...