The Mountain Method Boulder Caddy enables you to “PACK less - SEND more!”, but that begs the question: what exactly should you pack?
Trad climbers are used to meticulously racking and re-racking their pro as a matter of life and death, but boulderers tend to be a far more Laissez-faire bunch. Beyond the obvious crash pad to protect our falls, however, are certain bouldering essentials to top off your cragging experience (so you can top out some boulders).
So, now that you have your crash pad and your Boulder Caddy, let’s talk about what to put in it.
While most people associate mountain stewardship with activities like trail restoration and land preservation advocacy, the basic definition of stewardship is an “ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources”, in fact applies to a much greater environmental awareness.
Crag and trail responsibility are only a small piece of the ‘Protect-our-Planet’ pie. They merely fit inside a larger framework of overall environmental awareness and greenhouse gas reduction (GHG). In other words, being a Mountain Steward is as much about sustainable living habits off the trail as it is on it.
In this article, we'll talk about simple ways to achieve sustainability and counter climate change that keeps nature clean and green!
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