A training session with Chris Sharma and his friends Edu Marin, Gerard Rull and Diego Marsella. Some days you feel stronger than others but the important thing is to enjoy what you do with good friends!
Um dem Winter in Deutschland zu entfliehen, ging es Ende Dezember für 6 Wochen nach Gran Canaria, um die Bouldermöglichkeiten der Insel zu erkunden. Im Moment gibt es nur wenige Infos über die Gebiete und so war es für uns eine Fahrt ins Blaue. Quasi.
In winter/spring of 2016 Nathaniel Davison had the chance to visit Indian Creek, Utah along with his good buds Wes Walker, Connor Griffith, and Carlo Traversi. They had seen the glorious boulders that Chris Schulte had been putting up for the past few seasons and thought they should check it out for themselves. Here is their tale.
Dave MacLeod was first inspired to visit Magic Wood in 2012 after watching footage of Tyler Landman doing the second ascent of Practice of the Wild. At Font 8c it is one the hardest boulder problems in the world and on Dave’s first visit it proved to be just beyond him.
2 part film about a trip to Fontainebleau. Showing a range of grades from 6a to 8a+. In the first week the climbers took their housemate Lauren for a few days who has never climbed before and she met some interesting people along the way...
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.
Boulder, Colorado, is a sacred place for rock climbers. Whether you're an artistic 'dirtbag' living paycheck to paycheck, or one of the world's premiere boulderers, the Rocky Mountains provide the necessary ingredients for every climber to experience their passion and challenge their limits.
Pirmin Bertle wanted to leave El Chalten to visit Puerto Natales for only some days, but then he found this line. Never had he seen rock like this before, never had made moves like this. Never in a spot like this.