28 Pitches in Two Days: Eldorado and Clear Creek Canyons

Classics in Eldorado and a Cruiser Day in Clear Creek

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of climbing two Eldorado classics, Rewritten and The Bastille crack, in one day. And then we did some more pitches on top of that for 15 total.

The next day was supposed to be chill in Clear Creek. We started later, ended sooner, and still got another 13 pitches.

A New Way to Post with OvrHD

This post is a little different so I’m going to have to explain a bit.

I’m beta testing for the people at OvrHD. It’s this awesome software that allows you to make your picture interactive as you mouse over hotspots.

The way I’ve used it here is incredibly basic and there are a ton more functions and uses I’m still exploring. But the way I’d like you to use it here is start at the top-left, work your way down, and then go over to the hotspots on the right.

If you just hover your mouse over the hotspot you will get a preview image representing the text inside. Once you click the preview picture or click the hotspot, it will take you inside so you can read the text and view additional pictures.

I’d love it if you could try this out and let me know how you like it.

Do you like this style or do you like the traditional posts?

Enjoy!



Don’t Miss Your Chance

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Then I took control.

You can too, and it starts right here.

2 responses to “28 Pitches in Two Days: Eldorado and Clear Creek Canyons

  1. Hmm. This is an interesting software. I like how it makes the photograph interactive, however I think that it would be more beneficial as a part of a website vs. part of a picture post. This is laid out on the website though. But then… you know me, I enjoy pictures. The pictures on the interactive portions are small. I’d like to see them bigger. Also. I don’t enjoy how I cannot just scroll my mouse down to the next interactive bubble, I need to make the first picture go away before I can continue. (Does that make sense?)

    Not to say that it is a bad software in any sense of the word. I just think there are better uses of it…and not necessarily the way it is used here. 🙂

    1. Eggcellent feedback! And I agree, this post is not the best demonstration of what it can do….and where it can be done. I was just so stoked after getting off the phone with them that I *HAD* to try it out, and this was the easiest/fastest way possible.

      I’ll make sure they see your comment. 🙂

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