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Hielo y Fuego, Patagonia

A group of friends travel to Patagonia and try their luck on a few classics. Despite the bad weather, they manage to get some climbing done.
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Film trailer: Bala Bala

The short film Bala Bala tells a story about Klemen’s contribution to Slovenian climbing scene through developing climbing area called Osp, especially its most famous crag, where the hardest rock climbing routes are found, called Pajkova Streha which means spider’s
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Video: Tall Storey, an eight-pitch 5.11c sport rig

Echo Canyon’s Tall Storey has become an undisputed classic, the most sought after 5.11 sport route in the Bow Valley. Read about Sonnie Trotter’s blog about the climb here.  
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Video: Webb’s Europe Trip

Watch James Webb, Kasia Pietras and Arjan De Kock trip through Europe.
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Video: Yosemite and the Creek

Watch two short films documenting two of America’s premier climbing destinations.  
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20-month-old goes for a climb!

A few days ago we posted a video of a two-year-old, check out this 20-month-old climbing in style…
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Video: Great Trango

Watch as climbers B.A.S.E jump from the Great Trango Tower in Aug. 2013. Read the full story here.  
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Two-year-old Sender!

Zen Shimane is a two-year-old boy from Japan who is also, most likely, one of the best baby rock climbers in the world…
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Video: A Tribute to Discomfort

Blue Chalk worked with National Geographic Creative photographer and North Face athlete Cory Richards to create a promotional piece to demonstrate the scope of his work and the passion and athleticism that accompanies him in the field. A Tribute to Discomfort brings the viewer
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