Full 30 minutes of a few climbers going to a boulder field in the deserts of Argentina where you are miles away from civilization. Great climbing, seems like a crazy experience
Pretty much describes how I want to live my life.
Great little video
Chris Sharma — La Dura Dura (5.15c, 9b+)
always reblog sharma
What a great clip showing so amazing route development for the Petzl Rock Trip.
“Daniel Dulac and Mathieu Bouyoud from Millet team have opened a new route bolted by Daniel Dulac himself at Getu, China. The route is an amazing one, up the Lower Arch and had been opened during the Petzl Rock trip last October. Discover the full story in video.”
Paul Robinson & Tiffany Hensley: A Weekend In New England
While crowded autumn leaves turn a richer color, conditions in Rumney, New Hampshire turn super prime. For one weekend, prAna ambassadors Paul Robinson and Tiffany Hensley join forces to work lifetime project Jaws II (5.15a), and explore Rumney’s natural water slides. Not every climbing day is about sending at your limit though. Join Paul and Tiffany as Paul works on one of the country’s hardest sport climbs and discusses the climbing lifestyle with Tiffany while squeezing in some much needed play time!
“At the 2012 Hueco Rock Rodeo Daniel Woods had the best day of bouldering in his life. He was able to climb 76 v-points in 6 boulders.
The Machinist (v14)
Crook by the Book (V14)
Phantom Limb V12)
Full Monty (V12)
Two Days With Gene (V11)”
Photo Credit: Reinhard Fichtinger
“A climbing adventure to Brazil that will BLOW YOUR MIND! WOOOOHOOOOOOOOOO!!!! The video is available as a free download over at iclimb along with a bunch of other awesome films.”
“A Desert Life” is a truly inspirational short film about Alf Randell and his life in Indian Creek, Utah.
“Alf Randell is a self-described “dirtbag” who has spent nearly a decade of his life climbing amongst the soaring sandstone cliffs of Indian Creek, Utah. In November, 2011, I spent some time climbing with Alf and documented his life in “The Creek,” his love of tall splitter cracks, and his decision to shun city life in favor of a small camper in the middle of the Utah desert.”
Photo by Jonathan Bean
Wicked photo of Snatch (7b) in Fountaineblaeu.