I have now put up all my Finnish cave maps at the Planetcaver site. There's maps for 34 different caves, almost all of which are in the Kirkkonummi area. A few maps are in the works.
The maps are laid on a Google Maps map, so it should be easy to browse the different locations and the available maps.
The maps link is https://planetcaver.net/mapmap.html. In addition, there are the regular caving blog stories at Planetcaver.net: https://planetcaver.net/ and a worldwide map of all my cave excursions here: https://planetcaver.net/geo.html.
These views will still be here after this all blows over. Now is not the time for a desert vacation. Max Ritter photo. Earlier this week, the Southeast Utah Health Department issued an order closing lodging facilities and campgrounds around Moab to visitors, in an attempt to curb the spread of COVID-19 by stopping the flow of outside visitors. Moab and the surrounding area are traditionally full of visitors looking to rock climb, mountain bike, or visit National Parks this time of year.
Check out Samsara MTN Training's Bodyweight program if you are looking for a way to stay fit while staying inside. Zahan Billimoria photo. If you’re stuck inside for the foreseeable future, and would rather be out playing in the mountains, there’s still plenty of things you can do to pass the time productively. Might we suggest something to put high on that list: checking out Zahan Billimoria’s Samsara Mountain Training bodyweight workouts. Z is now offering part of the classes for free
Ever look at a mountain and think: “Holy sh*t, that looks even harder to descend that it does to climb?” Cerro Torre might be on top of that list, with its icy spire of a summit that towers high above the Patagonian ice cap below. It’s a summit that might be high on some climber’s ticklists - and some notable ascents have been made over the years - but it was the location of another first just a few days ago when German alpinist Fabian Bühl became the first to climb it and paraglide off the