BD Athlete Hazel Findlay is known for her rad trad ability, whether she’s freeing El Cap or climbing crumbly sea-cliffs with sparse protection. When she arrived in Squamish last summer, a friend and fellow Brit knew just the route she should try.
Uncut (and unruly!) footage of Alex Megos sending Dreamcatcher (5.14d) in a day! Squamish, BC. Chris Sharma made the first ascent of the route back in 2005.
Three friends going on a three week trip in the magical forest of Squamish. Unfortunately, they had to leave after two weeks because of massive rainfalls; they still had a lot of fun and did send a few lines, sadly leaving others behind.
Neither rain, lightening nor a leaky camper-van is going to stop the Lost crew from finding the best bouldering problems in Squamish, BC. Or at least the overhung, less wet ones... The Lost crew drive to British Columbia and find themselves amongst old growth Evergreen trees and huge granite blocks to climb.
On February 16th, 2015 while visiting Squamish, BC, Adam Ondra attempted "Dreamcatcher" (5.14d) despite wet conditions. Adam tried to flash the route, but it didn't work out. He fell in the third boulder in the finger slots due to grabbing the wrong part of the crack, but also states in an interview that he would definitely have fallen off the very top.
There was the EpicTV version and now we present the RV Project version of what was, for all involved, a very fun day. Well, Alex probably enjoyed some of it anyway. The rest of us had a blast.
Squamish, BC. World-famous climber Alex Honnold celebrates his 29th birthday by doing the thing he loves most: climbing. Most climbers would settle for a numerically appropriate 29 routes to celebrate their 29th birthday, but not Alex.
So for the next 5 months kasia, Oreo, and I are on the road! We're traveling around in a suited out van courtesy of 5.10. Right now we've set up shop here in Squamish, BC Canada. This video will be the first of two installments we will be creating for the area. Be on the look out for Pt. II in the coming weeks!!
After their success climbing the world's hardest offwidth, the Wide Boyz, Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall, embark on their next crack climbing mission. This time their sights are set on the thinner end of the crack climbing spectrum. Their goal is the mighty Cobra Crack in Squamish BC, considered to be the hardest finger crack in the world. First climbed by Canadian 'rock star' Sonnie Trotter after battling it out with Didier Berthod, the route hit the media spotlight in the film First Ascent.
Dieses Video zeigt Jesse Huey bei seinem epischen Kampf mit einer Route, die einem wirklich alles abverlangt. Es handelt sich um "The Shadow" am Stawamus Chief in Squamish, die bereits 1988 von der Kletterlegende Peter Croft erstbegangen wurde - On Sight (!). Seitdem gab es wohl nur eine Handvoll von Wiederholungen. Der erste Versuch von Jesse dauerte satte 40 Minuten - sein erfolgreicher Durchstieg geschlagene 45 Minuten. Wie gesagt - episch!