After discovering the first major bouldering venue in Swaziland, Nalle and Jimmy go after the most striking and obvious lines in the country. They find a crag that's close to the clouds, with giant hard problems.
On January 29th and 30th - USA Climbing and founding partner, The North Face, brought you the biggest names in climbing at the 2016 Bouldering Open National Championship in Madison, Wisconsin. Here are the top ten plays featuring the most heart stopping and event shaping moments from the final round.
"Out of Sight II" will take you on a journey from an unusual perspective, the forest of Fontainebleau as you have never seen it. World class climbers take on the hardest blocs in the forest as well as some of the more known problems.
Here's a quick flic from Jimmy Webb's trip to Colorado. Includes the first ascent of "Turpentine" (V12/13), a flash of the classic "Barrel Rider2 (V13), and the 4th ascent on "The Game" (V15). Sorry for the whack iPhone footage!
Jimmy Webb’s Sachen waren gepackt, sein Crashpad allerdings noch nicht. An seinem letzten Tag in den Rocklands wachte er auf und ging ein letztes Mal zu "Livin Large" (8C) und dieses Mal stieg er oben aus.
A little clip showcasing Jimmy Webb and Kasia's time bouldering in Washington last season. Featured problems: "King Slayer" (V13), "Kobe Ty" (V8), "The shield" (V7), "Drawn and quartered" (V13) and "Slingblade Sit" (V13). Enjoy!
Over the past year Sean Morgan has been #blessed (in his own words) with the privilege of shooting the worlds best bouldering all over Colorado. Lots of shit has gone down in front of his lens, but for whatever reason, maybe just being lazy, some world class send clips were just allowed to sit dormant on his hard drives, never to be seen by anyone... until now!!
South Africa is renowned the world over for its incredible sandstone bouldering and while the country's popularity amongst climbers has increased rapidly over the last decade, its neighbour Swaziland has remained untouched by the bouldering boom.
Fred Nicole, Paul Robinson and Jimmy Webb share a day of climbing in Hueco and talk about the early years of bouldering. Fred was a pioneer of many of the steepest, most desperate boulder problems on the planet. Paul and Jimmy honor his achievements and talk about the future of the sport.