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Chockstone Forum - Climbing Videos

Post links and comments about your favourite climbing flicks

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Chilam Balam 9b
Dave J
28/11/2011
1:44:15 PM
Surely this has been posted somewhere but I couldn't find it.

this pitch just goes on and on and on...

ODH this may be a little too not vertical for your tastes...



and a closeup of the first 1/3rd of the route


cruze
28/11/2011
2:37:08 PM
Lac
tic
toc

It's now official - trees are in.

benjenga
28/11/2011
5:54:04 PM
Am I the only one who can't see any photos on this post?
Dave J
28/11/2011
6:18:05 PM
They're videos...

Here are the links

http://vimeo.com/25514787

and

http://vimeo.com/22814261
egosan
29/11/2011
9:16:13 AM
On 28/11/2011 davidn wrote:
>Ondra, though... hard to watch. Even if he doesn't fall off and have a
>whinging screaming fit, I keep expecting he will and that ruins every video
>I've ever seen of him. Seriously, even if you were belaying him on some
>35-37, would you not just slap him silly if he chucked the ubertanty?

I reckon that when you come out of your chicken hutch woodie sending 9b's, you can chuck all the uber tanties you like.

wallwombat
29/11/2011
10:08:12 AM
He's also got a hot sister
widewetandslippery
29/11/2011
10:30:14 AM
Word wombat word.

wallwombat
29/11/2011
11:38:28 AM
I, too, am glad you don't have a sister.
gfdonc
29/11/2011
12:52:41 PM
On 29/11/2011 egosan wrote:
>I reckon that when you come out of your chicken hutch woodie sending 9b's,
>you can chuck all the uber tanties you like.

My how the English language has changed. I'm sure that sentence would have been indecipherable 20 years ago.
widewetandslippery
29/11/2011
1:21:09 PM
Davidn has defined swiinging on jugs and not pulling. Go swinger go

IdratherbeclimbingM9
29/11/2011
2:15:08 PM
On 29/11/2011 gfdonc wrote:
>On 29/11/2011 egosan wrote:
>>I reckon that when you come out of your chicken hutch woodie sending
>9b's, you can chuck all the uber tanties you like.
>
>My how the English language has changed. I'm sure that sentence would
>have been indecipherable 20 years ago.
>
You mean you understand what it says? (Heh, heh, heh).
~> If so, then that is another measure of how much you have adapted regarding evolution of language over that period of time!
... myself, I am still coming to terms with ww&s-speak?!
;-)
dalai
29/11/2011
2:48:43 PM
On 29/11/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>... myself, I am still coming to terms with ww&s-speak?!
>;-)

I think you will understand better if reading through beer bottle glasses... ;-)

PS Davidn - all those guys you mention have tanties, Ondra is not the only one...
widewetandslippery
29/11/2011
3:59:16 PM
Hooterers And hether still together
widewetandslippery
29/11/2011
4:10:09 PM
On 29/11/2011 wallwombat wrote:
>I, too, am glad you don't have a sister.I do and she wants U

wallwombat
29/11/2011
9:15:36 PM
I didn't say that.
One Day Hero
29/11/2011
10:23:59 PM
On 28/11/2011 Dave J wrote:
>
>ODH this may be a little too not vertical for your tastes...
>
Nah, that looks like a way cool cave. Clean floor, huge open thing with lots of light, good rock and no skank. Shame its probably all too hard, or I'd try to go there! However, the other one.........

I realise that its kinda pointless to argue relative contrivedness now that no one goes to summits, and I totally understand that people get different stuff out of climbing.

But........I reckon all climbers, before they got too focused in, must have originally thought of climbing as walking up to a cliff and climbing up it. Not; walking up to a cliff, finding the grotty little cave at the base, getting down on their bum to grovel in, then climbing back out to the daylight with hips sucked up to prevent their chalkbag dredging scunge off the floor!

I'd have to stretch my mind a little to see the point.
bl@ke
29/11/2011
10:50:34 PM
On 29/11/2011 One Day Hero wrote:

>
>But........I reckon all climbers, before they got too focused in, must
>have originally thought of climbing as walking up to a cliff and climbing
>up it. Not; walking up to a cliff, finding the grotty little cave at the
>base, getting down on their bum to grovel in, then climbing back out to
>the daylight with hips sucked up to prevent their chalkbag dredging scunge
>off the floor!
>
>I'd have to stretch my mind a little to see the point.

Just because you suck at bouldering

IdratherbeclimbingM9
12/12/2011
2:35:25 PM
On 29/11/2011 One Day Hero wrote:
>I realise that its kinda pointless to argue relative contrivedness now
>that no one goes to summits, and I totally understand that people get different
>stuff out of climbing.
>
>But........I reckon all climbers, before they got too focused in, must
>have originally thought of climbing as walking up to a cliff and climbing
>up it. Not; walking up to a cliff, finding the grotty little cave at the
>base, getting down on their bum to grovel in, then climbing back out to
>the daylight with hips sucked up to prevent their chalkbag dredging scunge
>off the floor!
>
>I'd have to stretch my mind a little to see the point.





;-)
... You could perhaps consider being compassionate to the Gollums of the climbing world ODH, because Gandalf may be right about his feeling that they may have their uses in the end times...
;-)

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