A trip to Cave of the Domes, the only cavern in Grand Canyon National Park that’s open to recreational caving.Read more "Caving The Grand Canyon, Part 1: Cave Of The Domes"
After a caving trip to one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the universe feels more infinite than ever.Read more "Exploring The Grand Canyon’s Fractal Dimensions"
Virtually every climber uses chalk to improve friction. Unfortunately, few are willing to clean up after themselves.Read more "Chalked Up"
We all know Earth’s gravity is balanced out by opposite forces. Otherwise the planet would implode and become a black hole. What if we focused as much on the outward pressures as we did on the inward ones?Read more "On Gravitational Gestalt Shifts"
While a second trip to Trigo Canyon didn’t get us much farther up the trail, many new things were discovered nevertheless.Read more "Trigo Canyon, Part 2: Between Mist And Schist"
Mountain building can happen in a number of different ways. Here’s how it works in the United States’ Basin and Range Province.Read more "Stretching, Cracking, Floating, Sinking: A Basin And Range Primer"
Just off Historic Route 66, tucked behind the giant walls of the White Cliffs, signs of Ancestral Puebloan life are frozen in time.Read more "A Jaunt Up Cliff Dwellers Canyon"