My Process featuring Toru Nakajima.
The story of Gord McArthur’s ascent of Storm Giant (D16), the hardest mixed climbing route in the world.
Adam Ondra has been posting some awesome videos about his climbing exploits and this one is pretty awesome.
Tom bouldert Zerberus (8b) im Frankenjura welche von Werner Thon 1997 erstbegangen wurde.
Nice video featuring the history of The Bügeleisen, first climbed by Klem Loskot.
We are very excited to have 2017 Sport Climbing BC competition season underway, with the first bouldering competition of the year taking place at Gneiss Climbing in Kelowna, BC.
Special congratulations to Kelowna-local Staci White for taking first in the Women’s Open and Jess Taplin for beating out the young guys for a first place finish in Men’s Open.
Here are the full results:
British climber Shauna Coxsey’s iron grip has seen her demolish the competition to become 2017 IFSC Bouldering World Cup Champion, power up 8b+ outside, join the Red Bull Team, become a BMC ambassador and – incredibly – be awarded an MBE for services to crushing.
But what happens when the queen of British bouldering is faced with a brutal gritstone crack? We teamed her up with Wide Boy Pete Whittaker to find out…
Below are the live feeds for the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Kranj 2017 this weekend.
Outdoor Research and Petzl present the Louder Than Eleven film “Storm Giant” featuring Gordon McArthur and his battle with the world’s hardest mixed climb. Join Gord and his partner Noah as they spend 2 years developing, working, training, and establishing what could be the most difficult mixed climb ever completed. 80 meters of horizontal roof climbing make this monster of a cave outside of Fernie, British Columbia one of the most impressive first ascents out there.
For those of you who have rolled the dice and watched the Lappnor Project, here is ‘The Night of’ documenting the day of the send with Nalle Hukkataival.
Thanks to the team at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, REEL ROCK 12 will be premiering tonight (November 7th, 2017) at the RIO in Vancouver, BC. If you are thinking of getting tickets well it’s too late! The show has sold out but tickets are available for the Nov. 8th and 10th at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver.
Below is a trailer and our review of the film.
REEL ROCK 12: Review
Since we first saw the trailer for this years REEL ROCK 12, we have been waiting in anticipation to see the footage of American climber Margo Hayes completing the world’s first (and second) female ascent of 5.15a. For those who have been around long enough, this where it all started with Chris Sharma making the first ascent of the route Biographie (formerly Realization) to the smooth sounds of reggae music wearing the 5.10 Anasazi.
Paul Robinson and David Mason bouldering in Maltatal.
We are very excited that the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival will be presenting REEL ROCK 12 this week!
Tuesday’s show at the RIO is already sold out so be sure to get your tickets for November 8th (Centennial) and November 10th (Centennial) soon! You do not want to miss the exclusive footage of Margo Hayes making the first female ascent of 5.15a!
Tickets are $17 in advance and can be purchased at the VIMFF Website.
As the Pan-American Youth Climbing Championships come to an end, we want to make sure we celebrate all the success of our BC and Canadian Athletes who have put in all the effort this year to compete.
Special Congratulations to the following Canadian athletes who received medals at the games including Lucas Uchida (2 Gold, Boulder and Lead), Guy McNamee (Gold and Silver, Boulder and Lead), Babette Roy (Gold and Silver, Boulder and Lead), and Indiana Chapman (Gold and Bronze, Boulder and Lead).
Well-done segment on the granite beauty Everything is Karate (5.14c/d) First Ascent with Ethan Pringle.
Awesome video featuring Nalle Hukkataival during his three week sending spree in Squamish, BC. Needless to say, the weather finally worked out for a visiting climbing with the guns. Rumour has it he did Singularity twice in a row for the camera!
Raw footage of Adam Ondra on Vrtule (8c/c+).