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Watch Womenclimb Indiegogo Trailer

Watch women rock climbing their way to being happy, finding friends and feeling great on the Womenclimb Indiegogo campaign trailer. Womenclimb is run by women who climb, “We are ordinary women who wanted information about women’s climbing, mountaineering and bouldering and
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Watch Uncovering the Tetons

In August of 2014, Josh Larson and Vince Schaefer hiked for four hours into the Grand Teton range to go bouldering. They spent three days climbing new problems and made this short film that captured the action on five boulders.
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John Price Photography Slideshow

John Price is a Rockies-based photographer who made this short video featuring some of his recent work. Follow him @johnpricephotography.
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Climbing in Oman with Canadian Read Macadam

A new era of climbing in Oman started when a young Canadian named Read Macadam moved to the area a few years ago. Macadam is one of the strongest climbers in the area and has developed some of Oman’s most difficult routes. Follow along on his adventures on his blog here.
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Martijn Seuren Dies Attempting 82-Peak Alps challenge

Martijn Seuren was with Swiss alpinist Ueli Steck when he died from a fall on Mont Blanc. Steck has been on a mission to climb all 82 4,000-metre Alps’ peaks this summer, while Seuren hoped to accomplish the feat over years. Steck, 38, was with the 32-year-old Seuren on the
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Vail World Cup Slow Motion Highlights

The GoPro Mountain Games provided a high alpine venue for the worlds best boulderers to show off their skills. Sean McColl and Jason Holowach made history when they advanced to finals and marked the first time two Canadians have made it to and IFSC World Cup final round.  
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Video: Chelsea Rude on Hard RRG Route

Watch Chelsea Rude project one of the Red River Gorge’s classic 5.14s, Thanatopsis at the GMC Wall. The grade has long been debated, Canadian Mike Doyle sent the route on his first redpoint attempt and suggested a downgrade to 5.14a. It was Sean McColl’s first 5.14b
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Watch Jules Lines Fall Big, Then Send

Jules Lines is the UK’s most accomplished free-soloist and some of his adventures were featured in the film Stone Free. In this clip from the film, Lines takes a 10-metre fall while soloing an E10 called Hold Fast 5.13c at Glen Nevis. Despite the slip-up, Lines stuck the
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Watch an Alex Honnold Video Compilation

Alex Honnold is one of the most bold climbers of the 21st century. Watch this short video compilation of some of Honnold’s most daring climbs. Visit Alexhonnold.com for more videos and stories on Honnold.  
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Hot Rock Cold Water: Canadian Deep Water Soloing

Many climbers believe that deep water soloing(DWS) is the latest trend, but climbing above water existed long before climbers knew what ot call it. Its purest form happens every time kids go swimming, scramble up rocks and jump back into water. The most recent version encourages
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