Every Sunday, we’ll send off a list of stories and articles from Base Camp Magazine for you to catch up on while you have brunch, relax on the couch or just take a break. Here are your Sunday Stories for today.
Knowing how to cope with missing climbing during COVID-19, can both get you ready for future adventures and keep you sane. Consider also supporting your local gym during this time.
If you’re like many people right now, going hiking is your source of freedom and liberty from self-isolation. Combining your hike with metal detecting could offer you some extra excitement and you may find a thing or two.
These general hiking safety tips will help hikers travel safely and be able to enjoy the sights more efficiently. This article covers how to plan your trip and what to bring.
In this throwback story, Wendy Ong tells us about surviving her SCI after a climbing fall.
“Still clipped in direct to the anchors, I tested and tested the rope, leaning back repeatedly and feeling the rope tauten between us. But the rope didn’t join us; for reasons that still escape me, Bob had decided to untie from his end of the rope. Certain that Bob had me, I unclipped from the anchors, leaned back – and then free-fell nearly 200 feet to the ground. I didn’t hit anything else on the way down.”
The World is Amazing, Be Amazing
The world is an amazing place and you should try to experience as much of it as you can while you’re alive. In honor of this, we made a short video. Watch below. Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to Base Camp Magazine.
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