I watched a video not too long ago, courtesy of Evening Sends, about this spot in Norway. It was the first time I've ever had complete and utter LUST over a climbing spot. You can read the post and watch the video here: http://eveningsends.com/2011/09/norway-yes-way/
My handsome and wonderful boyfriend is the one who "introduced" me to climbing in Vietnam. He was offered a job as a guide and climbing instructor for a company called SloPony. It skyrocketed to the top of my list after I looked through the photos.
This one should be a doable trip. I didn't start climbing until after I moved to California, and I would love to go back home and climb the local rock. I visited Linville Gorge once as a child on a hiking trip with my family. It has stuck with me ever since, and I was thrilled to discover it's a great climbing spot!
From what I gather, this is an essential climbing spot in the United States if you consider yourself a serious climber. Even if you're a recreational climber, social climber, recovering climber... Apparently it's the place to be. It looks beautiful. And well, Chris Sharma is climbing it. And we all know that whatever Sharma does is gold.
This is a pretty obvious choice. I'm slightly embarrassed to even include it on this list since it's presence reveals that I have never been. Don't judge me. I work, like, a LOT.
I suppose I can't list out my dream spots to climb without including Utah. I mean, SO much has happened here. Aron Ralston amputated his own arm and CitiGroup filmed Katie Brown and Alex Honnold climbing Fishers Towers. Again, I couldn't in right mind leave this one off.
There are so many great places to climb in Spain. This country has been at the top of my personal travel wish list for a really long time. I can't wait!
This looks like perfection, no? Thailand is one of the hotspots and I can see why. Who wouldn't want a secluded, beautiful view like this when you are sending your project.
Dreaming of Schat's