This study focused on the discourse constructed during the adventure sport of rock climbing. The researchers adopted a discursive psychology position from which they captured the discourse of rock climbers busy doing rock climbing. This captured discourse was then analyzed according to the principles of discursive analysis. It was found that the rock climbers employed various discursive resources during the rock climbing discourse. However, the researchers choose to focus on the discursive recourse of 'laughter' and how it was employed to manage interactional difficulty during the rock climbing experience.