Brit Rock Film Tour 2021 (c) Alp-Con, Alastair Lee

Brit Rock Film Tour 2021

Alp-Con präsentiert zum ersten Mal die „Brit Rock Film Tour“ im deutschsprachigen Raum. Vier atemberaubende Filme mit Größen wie Pete Whittaker und Leo Houlding, die die besten britischen Kletter- und Abenteuergeschichten auf die große Leinwand zaubern!
Foiled with Hazel Findlay (c) Black Diamond Equipment

[VIDEO] Foiled with Hazel Findlay

Go for a rowdy 30-foot runout with BD Athlete Hazel Findlay as she attempts a 5.13c trad testpiece in less-than-ideal conditions—hence the foil.
New School Climber VS Old School Trad Route (c) Catalyst Climbing

[VIDEO] New School Climber VS Old School Trad Route

The follow-up you've all been waiting for...trad climbing legend Neil Gresham helps push Louis out of his comfort zone and prepare him to climb Master's Edge (E7).
Steve McClure climbs The Final Round E8, Dovedale, Peak District (c) teamBMC

[VIDEO] Steve McClure climbs The Final Round E8, Dovedale, Peak District

The Final Round in Dovedale, one of the hardest trad routes on Peak Limestone, got lots of attention in 2021, including repeats by Steve McClure and Adam Bowman.
Training The Mind: Hazel Findlay's Climbing Process (c) EpicTV

[VIDEO] Training The Mind: Hazel Findlay’s Climbing Process

In the 2nd episode of this seasons La Sportiva Living Legends, we travel to Wales, in particular Snowdonia, a place where one of the best trad climbers in the world Hazel Findlay calls her home.
Steve McClure: GreatNess Wall (E10 7a) (c) UKClimbing TV

[VIDEO] Steve McClure: GreatNess Wall (E10 7a)

A short film of Steve McClure on GreatNess Wall (E10 7a) filmed by Keith Sharples. He was going to take pictures but thought a fall from the last move would look far better...
Dave MacLeod on 'Indian Face' E9 (c) Hot Aches Productions

[VIDEO] Dave MacLeod on “Indian Face” E9

This tells the tale of Dave MacLeod climbing the worlds most notorious E9 "Indian Face". First put up by Johny Dawes in the 80s it's still recognised as a test piece to any modern climber!
Statement of Youth - Trailer (c) UKClimbing TV

[VIDEO] Statement of Youth – Trailer

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.
Why We Climb (c) UKClimbing TV

[VIDEO] Why We Climb

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.
Steve McClure climbs Britain's hardest climb: Rainman 9b (c) teamBMC

[VIDEO] Steve McClure climbs Britain’s hardest climb: Rainman 9b

Where is your limit? Would you recognise it? For Steve McClure it’s an endless series of matchstick edges and nothing holds, high above the Yorkshire Dales. If this climb was one move longer, it would still be a dream… instead it’s the UK’s hardest-ever climb.


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