Sixth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Fifth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Fourth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Third episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Second episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
First episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
With a month in the Fins ahead of her, Paige Claassen set her sights on "Algorithm," a project she put down surprisingly fast. First climbed by fellow La Sportiva athlete Jonathan Siegrist in 2012, Claassen's send marks the first repeat of the route, proposed as 5.14d/9a by Siegrist.
Der Alpenverein geht mit seiner Initiative "SicherAmBerg" jetzt auch das Thema Lehrvideos an. Dabei werden die Empfehlungen und das gesammelte Wissen der Bergsport-Abteilung in Form von kurzen Videoclips aufbereitet. Viel Spaß mit dem ersten Teil! :)
The 1980’s saw climbing standards rise exponentially. At the start of the decade, 7b+ was cutting edge, but by the end of the 80’s 9a was the new world standard.
Climbing To Bolt Or Not To Be (5.14a) in Smith Rock is like learning over 100 choreographed moves of a difficult dance. Nina Caprez shares her story of working her way up all 40 meters of perfectly smooth, vertical wall.
Imagine being by yourself in the dead center of a 3,000-foot vertical cliff -- without a rope to catch you if you fall. For professional rock climber Alex Honnold, this dizzying scene marked the culmination of a decade-long dream. In a hair-raising talk, he tells the story of how he summited Yosemite's El Capitan, completing one of the most dangerous free solo climbs ever.
REEL ROCK 13 delivers jaw-dropping action, soulful journeys and rollicking humor in a brand new collection of the year’s best climbing films. From Olympic training centers to the frozen landscape of Antarctica, explore the cutting edge of climbing with four new films. Featuring Adam Ondra, Madaleine Sorkin, Alex Honnold, Conrad Anker and many more.
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.
Meet Miranda Oakley, the first woman to solo the Nose on El Capitan in a day. Take brief look into her life as a full-time climbing guide, big wall climber, and local to Yosemite Valley.
Immerse yourself in the experience of free solo climbing Yosemite’s famous El Capitan alongside Alex Honnold in this breathtaking 360 video.
"Annapurna III - Unclimbed" is an award-winning 12-min documentary featuring the 2016 expedition to the Himalayas of Nepal led by David Lama together with Austrian alpinists Hansjörg Auer and Alex Blümel.
"Climbing is a conduit to focus, to challenge and, to give back..." Molly Mitchell gives us a window into her life, her struggles, inspirations and what drives her to climb hard. Watch, as she takes on her latest project: "Gild the Lily" (5.14a)
BD Athlete Adam Ondra is arguably the best rock climber in the world. In the past, he’s also been dedicated to competition climbing—a format he has excelled in, with countless podiums and world championships—but recently his focus has been on the real stone.
From award-winning documentary filmmaker E. Chai Vasarhelyi and world-renowned photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin, comes FREE SOLO, a stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: climbing the face of the world’s most famous rock... the 3,200ft El Capitan in Yosemite National Park... without a rope.
The story of Squib Climbing the First Ascent of Augmentium (30, 8a+) in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania.
In the first episode of Adam in the Rockies, BD Athlete Adam Ondra visits the two Canadian sport crags Planet X and Acephale. After battling dry, glassy skin on his first day, Adam employs some pro tactics to manage his fingertips and heads back to the crag for round two.
American Petzl athletes are out in Catalonia for the winter and spring climbing season. For some, it’s their first experience, and others; it has been routine for years.
BD Athlete Babsi Zangerl is no doubt one of the strongest climbers in the world. She’s climbed 5.14a on El Cap, bouldered V13, and sent runout 5.14b trad.
More than 50 days of effort, hundreds of miles of hiking, hundreds of hours spent at this boulder, thousands of tries, and it was all over in a minute. Ethan Pringle hadd finally had the experience he was looking for.
Before Alex Honnold's "Nose" speed record, and before Jonathan Siegrist sent "Jumbo Love," the pair teamed up this spring for some training time - each working projects outside of their comfort zones.