Bouldering is about climbing rock without rope or any other safety tool!!!

Does that bring excitement and also apprehension? We too had that mix of expressions when Casper announced bouldeirng session.

He began with ‘this is not entertainment, this is serious’. This was enough to set the tone of the adventure we had signed up for. He shared that he takes four hours to climb a rock. and 80% of the time goes in OBSERVING and IMAGINING about how to climb, where to get the grip, what all the rock has in it for me and so on. Each rock is a problem and we solve the problem and that’s it.

We all climbed, we all did bouldering and wanted to do more - the meditation of connecting with rock.