Nina Williams, who recently joined The North Face’s American climbing team, will be featured in this year’s Reel Rock 14. A former competition climber turned accomplished highball boulderer, sport and trad climber, Williams’s climbing resume includes Father Time 5.13b in Yosemite, to several Bishop highballs—including her recent first female ascent of Too Big to Flail V10.
The full story of her climb of Too Big to Flail with more high climbs, small crimps and big routes is coming soon to Reel Rock 14, in theaters this Fall. Williams has recently been establishing new routes in South America, visit her Instagram for more info.
“I’m psyched to join a company that is focused on social progress, outdoor adventure, and product innovation,” said Williams. “The North Face team is filled with inspiration athletes, but I hope to contribute in my own way.”
View this post on Instagram
I think I’m more nervous looking at this poster than on the day it actually happened 😅 Climbing Too Big To Flail remains a blissful memory, and I’m excited to share the experience in this year’s @reelrock. Stay tuned 🍂🍁 for upcoming shows! 📸 @brettlowell #climbing #bouldering #Payahuunadü #reelrock14
2015: Speed of Life V10 in Massachusetts
2015: Footprints V9 in Bishop, California
2015: Ray of Light V13 in Rocklands
2016: Final Frontier 5.13b in Yosemite
2016: Evilution Direct V11 in Bishop
2017: Ambrosia V11 in Bishop
2018: Window Shopper V12 in Boulder
2019: Too Big To Flail V10 in Bishop