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ajfclark
25/11/2010
9:01:47 AM
Found this one via climbingnarc: http://www.deadpointmag.com/climbing-videos/watch/climbing-after-30-joe-kinder

Phil S
26/11/2010
2:32:02 PM
Garths Arete without a helmet (on bum...)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEL5MogfsOo

ajfclark
26/11/2010
2:34:26 PM
Ouch. He missed all the pads, didn't he?

ambyeok
26/11/2010
2:57:31 PM
On 25/11/2010 ajfclark wrote:
>Found this one via climbingnarc: http://www.deadpointmag.com/climbing-videos/watch/climbin
>-after-30-joe-kinder

Poor bastard, 30, imagine it.

ajfclark
3/12/2010
7:50:00 AM
On 13/11/2010 ajfclark wrote:
>
>

BD athlete Sonnie Trotter on Lake of Fire (5.13c R), Squamish, Canada from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.



Here's a little blurb from Sonnie about this http://sonnietrotter.com/2010/12/02/bd-journal/
teamarbys
3/12/2010
3:10:16 PM
Yanking on pockets aint gonna hurt em boy. Definatly not a video of "how to climb" but :-)

ajfclark
4/12/2010
12:18:17 PM

Gavo
5/12/2010
1:10:47 PM
wow.. cool rescue vid

ajfclark
6/12/2010
8:57:56 AM

The Greatest Flasher from Carlo Traversi on Vimeo.


ajfclark
10/12/2010
12:19:14 PM

BD athlete Alex Honnold onsights two 5.13 cracks in the Utah desert from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.


Hawkman
10/12/2010
1:23:58 PM
That greatest flasher vid is terrible.

The Alex Honnold one is great though

ajfclark
11/12/2010
8:06:27 AM
Yeah, I would've liked more of the climbing in the Honnold one.

This is pretty inspiring. Never thought I hear someone say aqua-aerobics was good:

A Rehab Story from Jacob Fuerst on Vimeo.


wallwombat
11/12/2010
9:18:42 AM


Dean Potter on King Air in Yosemite. He really starts to sketch out at about 1.20 on his first attempt.

wallwombat
11/12/2010
9:29:20 AM


This is my personal favourite. This Side of Paradise is sick. The fall/jump she takes at 3.55 makes me cringe. The send is awesome.

I also fancy Lisa Rands in a sexy chipmonk who shreds kind of way. I guess I should get out more.

ajfclark
11/12/2010
9:39:03 AM
That's from a longer film... Someone remind me which one? Is it Sharp End?

jaebo
11/12/2010
3:36:22 PM
the sharp end

wallwombat
11/12/2010
5:03:52 PM
Excellent vid about alpine climbing by the late Jonathon Copp.


hargs
11/12/2010
10:35:55 PM
awesome, really enjoyed that.
spicelab
12/12/2010
11:23:35 AM
On 10/12/2010 Hawkman wrote:

>The Alex Honnold one is great though.

Anyone else notice that the cracks had been pre-cleaned and pre-chalked - as had other key features outside the cracks?

I don't have any problem with the cleaning, considering how horrendously sandy and unpleasant they'd be without it. But the chalking somewhat irks me.

Regardless, Honnold is an absolute freak.

wallwombat
12/12/2010
12:09:47 PM
On 12/12/2010 spicelab wrote:

>Anyone else notice that the cracks had been pre-cleaned and pre-chalked
>- as had other key features outside the cracks?
>
>I don't have any problem with the cleaning, considering how horrendously
>sandy and unpleasant they'd be without it. But the chalking somewhat irks
>me.

It's the Utah desert. Those splitters aren't sandy and are generally already clean. That's one of the attractions. I know it's not Indian Creek but both those cracks would see a few ascents each year. There are heaps of desert crack climbers in the States. I imagine that they wouldn't see too many onsights, so most ascents would involve a fair bit of hanging and working and chalking. The rock is bright red and chalk is white and it's the desert - it doesn't rain a lot and the chalk doesn't wash off.

I don't know Alex Hannold but from what I have heard about him, I don't think he would rap the route, preinspect it, and chalk the key jams and then claim the onsight.


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