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Photo Contest: Climb Your Home

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It’s a difficult time for rock climbing. The gyms are closed, climbing outside is discouraged, and at Climbing’s home base in Boulder, Colorado, it’s also snowing. But, us climbers are a resourceful people. You can climb anything if you put your mind to it (and have the requisite finger and core strength). And many climbers have been doing just that—climbing anything they can. The above photo was submitted by reader John Nguyen. He writes:

Have you been sending your own cabinetry, furniture, or other household structures? We want to see how you’re dealing with the quarantine. Send your photos, along with a description, to letters@climbing.com. We’ll feature our favorite images in a photo gallery on the website, and one lucky winner as chosen by the editors will receive a copy of Vantage Point, an anthology of the greatest stories from the last 50 years of Climbing Magazine. It’ll give you something to read while you rest in between burns on the cabinet traverse.