Zusammenschnitt quer durch die Zeit und Europa von verschiedenen Boulderholics-Trips
Here's a short trailer of a very special bonus on the dvd that comes with the Gimme Kraft! book in autumn 2013: Unseen video footage of Wolfgang Güllich's training that his Professor Weineck recorded, one of the world's leading experts for training. Mr. Weineck gave us an insight in Güllich's training attitude and opened his video archive for us. The entire interview will be part of Gimme Kraft! Your next training bible for power training for climbing with: Sasha DiGiulian, Fred Nicole, Mélissa le Nevé, Babsi Zangerl, Alexander Megos, Stefan Glowacz, Johanna Ernst, Guntram Jörg and Bernd Zangerl.
Authors: Patrick Matros & Dicki Korb
Production: Hannes Huch | Café Kraft
A Film by Neil Hart.
Fontainebleau is one of the most popular climbing destination on the planet, with thousands of boulders spread over hundreds of areas. From he classic areas of the Franchard and Cuvier to the less know areas of Buthiers and JA Martin.
Come follow a group of the worlds best climbers as they explore the most hidden beautiful boulders of this enchanted forest. They will take you on a journey to parts of the forest you have never heard off and boulders you have never seen, Not only that but boulders just of the paths in the main areas that are so beautiful but seldom climbed.
Produced and directed by Neil Hart.
Location, Hidden Fontainebleau.
Climbers, Nalle Hukkataival, Chris Schulte, Nico Favresse, Jacky Godoffe, Jo Montchaussé, Simon (kook) Newstead, Olivier Lebreton, Daniel Olausson, Barnaby Ventham, Glairon Mondet Guillaume.
Support from, BLACK DIAMOND, I LOVE CLIMBING, MAISONBLEAU and I-BBZ.
A short film about our bouldering trip to Albarracín, Spain in October 2012. This is just a small selection of some of the amazing problems we tried during the week we spent in this amazing and beautiful location. Including: 'Techo Del Pepo' (7A), 'Minivarano' (6A), 'Txanquito' (6C), 'Spider Pig' (6C) and many more!
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
27” Apple iMac
Adobe Premiere CS6
Adobe After Effects CS6
Alt-J - 'Intro'
Miike Snow - 'Paddling Out'
Alice Russell - 'Humankind'
Sporto Kantès - 'Whistle'
Brad Sucks - 'Making Me Nervous'
Gramatik - 'Hit That Jive'
This video is a very personal retrospection with some insights and thoughts on my passion for the last years: Highballing.
Last summer, Black Diamond athlete Adam Ondra made a highly productive trip to Hanshalleren, a massive granite cave outside the small town of Flatanger, Norway. Adam not only made short work of the cave's established hard routes (including onsighting two routes graded 5.14c/8c+), he made the first ascent of Thor's Hammer (5.15a/9a+) and bolted a futuristic project out the steepest section of the cave. On October 4, Adam managed to link this 55-meter-long beast, establishing Change, the world's first route graded 5.15c/9b+. Along with his recent first ascent of La Dura Dura in Oliana, Spain, Change stands as one of, if not the hardest route in the world.
Guillaume GLAIRON MONDET climbing in Font with good friction again.
Guillaume GLAIRON MONDET grimpe à Fontainebleau avec la collante.
List of the problems :
The Traphouse, 8B/+, Cuvier Rempart
L'apparement bas, 8B, Envers d'Apremont
La directe du surplomb de la Mée assis, 8B, Potala
Musique : Promoe - Headache
Jan Hojer climbing the Big Island 8C in Coquibus Rumont
Music: "Edgar Wallis - (the Answer) it was good" for free download and more Music visit soundcloud.com/edgarwallis
Bart van Raaij, author of the greatly appreciated guidebooks "Straight ups in Fontainebleau" (5+6 and 7+8), climbing Symbiose gauche in 95.2.
Symbiose gauche 7C - 95.2 (Fontainebleau)
Climber in video:
Bart van Raaij
In association with:
Join Hedi and Andi on their Boulder Schedule as they climb in the "Bucklige Welt" in the Eastern part of Austria.
Filmed, Produced and Edited by David Schickengruber
Guillaume GLAIRON MONDET dans l'enchaînement "The Big Island", 8C au secteur Coquibus Rumont, Fontainebleau.
Toute ressemblance avec des personnes existantes ne serait pas un hasard.
Pour vous faire patienter et en attendant la sortie du film, voici en cadeau de Noël le dernier trailer de Blocz.
Classe Tous Risques 8B
Le Son du Poète 8B
Le Feu Sans Flammes (First Ascent) 8A+
et bien d'autres blocs de haut niveau vous attendent dans la version finale de ce film.
Space Cadet - Kyuss
The route-setting crew from Brooklyn Boulders travels across the country to sample the exquisite granite of the Pacific Northwest. Areas visited include Goldbar and Leavenworth, WA as well as Squamish, BC.
A Brooklyn Boulders Film
Produced by Louder Than 11
Pictureplane – “Closer Now”, “Cyclical Cyclical”, “Touching Transform”, “Real is a Feeling”
Grandchildren – “Saturn Returns”
Still Weavens – “Sober”, “The Most”
Hot Sugar – “Fuckable”, “Violence”
During the first week of November I went back to Albarracin with Neil and his son Thomas. We got five days climbing in good conditions, before a nasty rainweather rolled in and made us head back to Font a couple of days earlier than planned.
We decided in the car on the way down that we would try to film eachother as much as possible, something Neil stuck to and I didn't. The outcome of it all was me having loads of awesome footage of me climbing to use for this edit. All thanks to Neil, who also did allot of climbing, but without getting as much caught on camera for his video (Once again, sorry mate!)...
Avalancha 7B - Mezquita/Colmenas
Thieves 7B+ - Psicokiller
Los Titiriteros 7A - Arrastradero
ACA-B8-L4 7B - Acantilados
Zarzamora 7C+ - Parking/Aeroline
Chris Sharma shares his motivation for climbing and insights gained through struggle and the commitment to his craft. Chris finds ‘purpose’ in his big projects and through the process, has learned when to push and when to let go. With unlimited, steep limestone cliffs near his home in Catalunya, Spain he thrives on the adventure, exploration and discovery of new routes.
Learn more about Chris at Prana.
What do you need to make the best cilmbing event of the year ?
Take the best climbers, the best route setters, the best wall, holds, a warm crowd and some cold beers !
Make sure to check out what happened the day before and the hours after the competition, it's in there, waiting for you, with some action shots, exclusive interviews, and the first ever proof of a one arm pullup by Adam Ondra.
Music : Jean-Charles Lombard - Balkanic Marimba
Graphics : William Ugarte
Black Diamond athlete Adam Ondra traveled to Kentucky's Red River Gorge in late October and 10 days later he had blazed through the area's hardest routes, including onsighting two of the Red's hardest, Pure Imagination and The Golden Ticket, in the same day. Both routes were originally rated 5.14d, but Ondra, after onsighting them within an hour of each other, suggested they be downrated to 5.14c. (Yes, the ease of onsighting in the Red is a much discussed topic, but nevertheless onsighting two 5.14c's in the same day is a stunning achievement.) Ben Spannuth was on the scene for Ondra's onsight of The Golden Ticket and got the camera rolling in time to capture the action. Here is the uncut footage. Amazing to see the conviction Ondra has through every sequence—no stalling, no apprehension about sequences, no anxiety, no slip ups. Aspiring onsight climbers take note: this is how you do it. Boom. Boom. Boom. Clip the chains.