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Alaska Bouldering History

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Isaak Keskula · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2021 · Points: 0

Hey ya'll, I've been climbing in Alaska for many years now.  I have done my share of developing too.  I am filming a mini documentary on the history of bouldering in South Central Alaska.  I've been reading all I can find on it, and there is some information in the guide book and on the web, but not as much as I hoped.  If anyone has a unique story or important history about bouldering in Alaska, then please drop it in the comments!  I know there is a rich history from my time here, and I do not want the stories or the characters lost to the annals of bouldering history.

Colden Dark · · Utqiagvik · Joined Apr 2023 · Points: 0

Anchor Point boulder down on the KP comes to mind. I don’t have any interesting stories but it has a bit of history and if you’re filming, Anchor River is a beautiful spot. If you want a segment on future development, head out to Captain Cook in Nikiski (fat bike is a good way to travel the beach here at low tide)

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