Author Archives: Noah McKelvin

About Noah McKelvin

Never skip a day of living life

Addicted to Fear: One’s Journey in the Fisher’s

How much fear can you handle? Intro First things first, I speak of drinking a lot in this report. It’s mainly because you got to drink to climb here. You’ll understand if you climb some of these beasts. This report … Continue reading

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Chinle Spire

After a long season on the tools I took an amazing trip to the Navajo Reservation. David and I’s goal was mainly Chinle Spire. It’s been said to be the Totem Pole’s brother. Very skinny with a very small summit … Continue reading

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Tough Truth of the Game We Play

DEATH It’s always the part we try to ignore. It’s always the part that we try to pretend it won’t happen to you and your friends. Time and time again though, it happens. Death is a part of life. It … Continue reading

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Tools of the Trade

It’s been a little over a year since I bought my new Nomics. So far, I don’t quite know if I’ve let them sit for anytime more then a week, yes, that includes summer. Now, they show a ton of … Continue reading

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The Weak and the Weary

Coming back from the southern hemisphere, I was pretty psyched to be back in the USA. I missed three things or maybe a combination of three things, ice, mixed, and mud climbing. After two days of rest, I put my … Continue reading

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A World Away From Home: Patagonia

Train, train, train! Slow Progression 2/2/13 Punta Arenas, Chile “The pursuit of mountains can be so meaningless, but yet it feeds your soul like you haven’t eaten in days. It’s the constant realization that the mountains are truly a part … Continue reading

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Patagonia

Life should be filled with what you enjoy. If there is anything I have learned in the short 20 years of my life, it has been to follow your heart. It may sound cheesy but it’s %100 true. Why do … Continue reading

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