Earlier this year UKClimbing and Rab teamed up to create a film that captured the heart and soul of the Women's Trad Festival. Irrespective of whether you're young or old, male or female, new or experienced, the reasons why we climb are much the same: for the friends, for the movement, for the people, for the places, and perhaps most of all - because it's fun.
This film follows Irish climber David Fitzgerald (instagram.com/dv_fitzgerald), who after taking up the sport only 5 years ago travelled to the Peak District to try the hardest bouldering problems on grit.
Bereits in seiner frühesten Jugend wurde Ben Moon vom Klettervirus "positiv befallen". Ein Klettertrip führte ihn mit 17 zu seinen damaligen Vorbildern wie Jerry Moffat und Martin Atkinson. Seit dem ist der zurückhaltende, auch medial sehr selektive Brite quasi ein Fixpunkt in DER Klettegeschichte!
Auf der Suche nach der Alex Megos Formel macht Teil 3 der vierteiligen Serie Halt im legendären englischen Peak District. Hier lüftet Alex das Geheimnis hinter Kletter-Mythen und versucht sich an einer der historischsten Routen überhaupt: Hubble.
Before he was a Wideboy, Pete Whittaker exploded onto the Peak District trad scene with a series of quick repeats of hard classics and first ascents. The crowning achievement of this period was the first ascent of "Dynamics of Change".
Ned Feehally climbed the stand start to Voyager three weeks ago in "a couple of tries" and had been working on the sit start since. He had been waiting for weather windows, whilst trying to get his skin in a suitable condition.
The video regards a Ben Moon's masterpiece, put up in November 2006. Peak District is by far one of Niky Ceria's favorite place where to go and Voyager is simply one of the many gems you can see up-there. Here the second ascent. Enjoy.
Benjamin Linné Ryn on a two week visit to Peak District, climbing some the best and most classic stuff around. Goproed beta video thirteen lines, hope you enjoy. Also a big thanks to Black Diamond and Five Ten for the support.
Johnny Dawes has been at the cutting edge of rock climbing for over 20 years. Now 50 years old he is still exploring and experimenting with the medium. In this short film Wayne Sharrocks attempts to explore the world of no handed climbing and follow Johnny for a day out at Stanage Edge.