Hey, I’m Eric Sentha! Twenty years ago, my sister and I stumbled on a portable rinky-dink climbing wall at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. We got hooked! After 12+ years as a proud member of the Canadian National Climbing Team, I now call Squamish home, living the multi-sport dream of bouldering, kiteboarding, mountain biking, skiing, and sledding in the Sea-to-Sky (sometimes all in one day). I love that you don’t need to be a weekend warrior to get out in the mountains here. My psych is now geared toward bouldering, and I emphasize movement, previewing, and the mental aspects of climbing. My strengths lie in compression, gymnastic or cryptic movements, so the quickest way to my heart is to set me a volume-only boulder or dump me in front of a gorgeous rock with incut holds, big moves, or squeezy steeze.
Outside of climbing, I work remotely as a Senior Product Manager for a Silicon Valley software start-up called Mattermost. I spend most of my free time eating sushi, playing in the mountains, and browsing Kickstarter for new tech toys.
My favorite product is the Drifter pad. I couldn’t live without the carry straps!
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Who’s Pad Is That Anyway?
Now more than ever, we feel it’s important to acknowledge each other. To give room for everyone to exist within our climbing community. Hopefully, it returns to us as well.