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Post links and comments about your favourite climbing flicks

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Don't Fear The Whipper
johny
29-Dec-2017
4:51:53 PM
Don't Fear The Whipper
Just made this.Its pretty damn funny.
5 minutes.
Please don't rick roll this one Andrew you A-hole.

[Moderator edit: Fixed the link by deleting the initial http:// portion of it.]
johny
29-Dec-2017
4:53:25 PM
Oh yeah and I am aware that it is not about elite climbers climbing shit on the other side of the planet. It was actually filmed in Victoria. So not sure if it is relevant on this website but heres for nothing. :)

rodw
29-Dec-2017
5:00:17 PM
Link didnt work for me? anyone else?

[Moderator edit: Now fixed.]

ajfclark
30-Dec-2017
5:56:54 AM


On 29-Dec-2017 johny wrote:
>Please don't rick roll this one Andrew you A-hole.

Would I do something like that? I do think rick rolling has finally jumped the shark.
Karl Bromelow
30-Dec-2017
8:37:27 AM
Nice one. Enjoyed that a lot. Cheers for posting.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
30-Dec-2017
12:44:28 PM
On 30-Dec-2017 Karl Bromelow wrote:
>Nice one. Enjoyed that a lot. Cheers for posting.
>
+1
In fact it's better than nice-one, it's great!
Itís certainly a well done, thought provoking clip; as well as being dark-humorous.

~> It'd be a great entry for Nati Goatfest...
mitch46and2
31-Dec-2017
8:51:16 AM
This is fantastic good work john

gordoste
31-Dec-2017
9:21:06 AM
Awesome, I agree you can never have too many cowbells (in music and in climbing)!
Wendy
31-Dec-2017
11:52:47 AM
That was great. I'm worried though that CJ is taking my market on silly climbing films except he actually knows how to make good films. Maybe I should just hand my ideas over.

Those hexes looked too new. They needed to be used as instruments to actually rough them up a bit.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
31-Dec-2017
4:23:28 PM
I went for a bit of a wander at Buffalo today and was at a good vantage point (with my camera), on the way up to The Cathedral saddle, where one can look back at Sultan.

I thought of the video featured in this thread when I saw a party starting the third pitch off the traverse ledge, as it was obvious to me that the leader was making hard work of the cruxy start to that pitch.
After two tentative false starts he got established at what appeared to me from a distance, to be above the two or three move crux, so I thought he now had it in the bag...

Wrong.

He plummeted off (possibly pulling a bit of gear, though it was hard to determine this from my location), for basically a factor two fall onto the belay (if no gear involved) by pulling up with rope stretch 10 m below it!

The whipper certainly called him, and I was impressed that he didn't wipe out his belayer in the process. He ended up back slamming the face upside down, and I reckon I could hear his grunt from where I was, or was it his helmet hitting the face(?), along with the cowbell tinkle of gear involved of the whipper death rattles!

They managed to abseil off and had lunch in the tree shade below the first pitch, so I didn't manage to catch up with them to offer the photos I took. If they read this, then they can PM me to get them sent...


johny
1-Jan-2018
11:51:52 AM
Thanks guys! It was fun.I think I will do some more to pass the time. Hey Wendy lets do a collaboration!
Rawpowa!
2-Jan-2018
7:37:52 PM
That was great CJ, maybe you've found your calling ;)
robbio
3-Jan-2018
5:30:29 PM
Well done, that made me laugh, still doesn't beat a rick roll though.

ado_m
5-Jan-2018
6:07:56 PM
This made my day! Love it, thanks for all the effort!

IdratherbeclimbingM9
9-Jan-2018
5:43:58 PM
What's a whipper to you? (A Chockstone thread circa 2007).




Upside down [Another 2007 thread of some interest.., at least it was to me as it must be one of the few of that length on this site (61 posts), that I wasn't a contributor too!].

baloydi
1-Feb-2018
7:29:59 PM
Awesome!

E. Wells
2-Feb-2018
3:58:19 PM
That was alot of fun , beats the realrock formula anyday.

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