Sometimes it feels good to leave the big cameras behind...
Temperatures are dropping again and the dream of combining ice climbing with speedflying has been there for a long time. Conditions might not have been the best, being even a bit dodgy, but despite it was a hell lot of fun.
It was a pleasure to see that the crampons and ice axes could be properly packed in the harness when reversed... the only IF, was trying not to crash on the landing and stab myself with a ice axe!
ENJOY, GET INSPIRED, AND GO RIDE THE PLANET
And in between please share the "hell" out of it if you liked it. It means the world to me.
The tip jar is active and a pound for a coffee might spice up the creative juices that bring you this will be very much appreciated and after all... Wasn't this worth a coffee?
The song in the video is called "To the Grain" from Junip
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Thanks to Filipe for showing me Junip. Filipe is an awesome Climber and was featured in this awesome Portrait of my Athletes Series here
To James Merryweather for the radio support on the ground level ensuring landing was clear.
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ENJOY, GET INSPIRED, AND GO RIDE THIS BEAUTIFUL PLANET!