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The Sea to Sky Gondola

Do you want to experience the new Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, B.C. which opens in May 2014? The much-protested cable car which is based at Shannon Falls ensures back country access to experienced and amateur climbers, hikers and mountain bikers.    
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Alaska Primer

Climbing season in Alaska is nearly here and Mark Westman, one of Alaska’s most experienced climbers, has made a short film featuring some of its world-class climbing.  
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Girl Beta for Moe’s and Joe’s Valley

Sheralee Webb climbing a few classic moderates at Moe’s Valley and Joe’s Valley. Israil V6, Pimper’s Paradise V5, and Salsa Verde V.  
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France Mountain Scene Film Fest. Trailer

The Mountain Scene film festival returns this spring to France. Seven films featuring climbing, mountaineering, kayaking and paragliding are sure to impress, here is the trailer.  
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Sardinia Bouldering

Sardinia is not only a magical land but also a climber’s paradise – with lots and lots of rock, the majority of which is still unexplored. In the collective imagination the region is a sea of limestone, but in fact, it’s the amount of granite that most people
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Careless Torque

Mina Leslie-Wujastyk climbs Careless Torque in the Peak District, England. Ron Fawcett first climbed the arête in 1987 and it waited 25 years for the first female ascent.  
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Video: Too Big to Flail

“Get ready for a bit of vicarious palm sweating kids, pro snowboarder/rock climber Lonnie Kauk is climbing the super high-ball Too Big to Flail in the Buttermilks, near Bishop, California. The line involves more crimping than an apple pie baking contest and falls at a burly
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Shoshala, an Indian Big Wall

Elie Chevieux discovered a Big Wall in the Indian region of Kinnaur in 2010. The following year he decided to return to the and establish a new route with Yannick Boissenot and Giovanni Quirici. After two months in India, three weeks in the base camp and only three days of fine
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World Record Highline

“Skethcy” Andy Lewis sets world record walking a highline between two hot air balloons flying 1,300 metres above the Nevada desert.  
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Random B.C. Ice and Snow

This film documents a climber/skier visiting Western Canada and climbing at Helmcken Falls.  
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