1. Beal is releasing the thinnest and lightest half rope to the market in 2014, the Beal Gully. Hear the story behind the stats from Beal's US Distributer Liberty Mountain in this video.

    You can read more details of the Gully here: blog.weighmyrack.com/beal-makes-the-lightest-thinnest-half-rope-in-2014/

    Or, compare the Gully to all the ropes available in the world at: weighmyrack.com/rope

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  2. Beal is known for their climbing ropes but in 2014 they're releasing a new set of rock climbing harnesses. Hear about their debut designs in this video from Beal's US distributer Liberty Mountain.

    Want more harness details? Check out: blog.weighmyrack.com/beals-us-line-of-climbing-harnesses-first-look/

    Or if you can't wait for a harness, check out all the harnesses available in the world at: WeighMyRack.com/harness.

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  3. !!! CHANGE MOVIE RELEASE 19. 10. 2014 - info on change-movie.com !!!

    In May 2013, Adam Ondra drilled a few very hard projects in the "Flatanger cave". In August 2013, it was time to get back to Norway and to start working them. It was our 4th long trip to far Norway during the last year. Adam chose one 55m long one, all the time in the overhang, big part of it in the 100% roof, including the crux. It seemed to be as hard as Change, the world´s first 9b+, which he established here in October 2012.

    Our "media aim", during this trip, was not to film anything new in the cave, as we still have hands full of the work with the movie CHANGE and there is no space to follow similar process on another route. And especially because Change has much stronger story and colorful background for a great adventurous movie. More here: WWW.CHANGE-MOVIE.COM

    Anyway, one afternoon, as the camera was in the cave, (to do one last small "landscape shoot" for Change movie), I could not resist to make a few "ground shots" of Adam in the new project. There was no intention of making anything out of this, as it seemed, that the ascent is way too far and will happen during one of our next trips to this magic country...

    I left Flatanger one week before Adam, to visit other beautiful norwegian wild areas. On the way back to the Czech republic 2 days ago, I got the message, that the project is done. Wow... It was fast... Adam named it MOVE and graded it 9b/+.

    It was a bit disappointing for him, he expected it to happen much later. But he found painful, but better knee rest position, temperatures went down and he felt superstrong that day. So it can not be harder than Change, he said, and did not go for the grade of 9b+.

    I returned from Norway yesterday, and today I quickly edited this small video, to give you a glimpse, of how this new nordic climbing pearl looks like... :-)

    So, after 10 months of work of Adam Ondra, Norway has already 3 routes in the 9b range. Change 9b+, Move 9b/+, Iron Courtain 9b. What is going to be next? I am sure this is still just the beginning ;-)

    More info about the cave, our movies from there etc on: WWW.CHANGE-MOVIE.COM

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  4. CHANGE MOVIE RELEASE 19. 10. 2014 - info on change-movie.com

    DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE BACKGROUND OF THE UPCOMING MOVIE CHANGE

    "October 4th 2012, Flatanger, Norway. After incredible 3-month battle, Adam Ondra makes the first ascent of the new world´s hardest route. Adam names it Change and suggests the magic grade of 9b+. The limit of human´s possibilities has been shifted and the long adventurous trip of a few friends to the northern Europe slowly comes to the end..."

    Detailed info: WWW.CHANGE-MOVIE.COM

    But was this epic journey just about climbing? No, not at all. This won´t be a next typical climbing movie. So what it will be about? Here is a "small" 24 minutes long hint.

    Filmed and directed by Petr Pavlicek
    Duration: 24 min
    Bernartwood 2013 - bernartwood.cz

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  5. A slew of Liberty Mountain employees headed out to the canyon after work for an even session on the rocks. The evening was spent climbing the routes in The Waterfront area of Little Cottonwood Canyon. The featured route on this video is called Disco Duck and is climbed by Sam Perkins.

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