Mobile phone footage of the 2nd ascent of Pilgrimage in Parisella's Cave. Probably something like F8c+ (V13) with my beta? http://alexbarrowsclimbing.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/pilgrimage-2nd-ascent.html
Unfortunately it cuts out the first few moves. The rests are cut down due to technological issues and the guy filming getting a phone call whilst I was in the second one! You'd get bored if all the resting was in anyway.
Thanks to Iwan Willams and Jason Reeve for the footage.
"Tomorrow I Will Be Gone" is Outcrop Films' début feature length film. Set in the sandstone paradise of Rocklands, South Africa, the film follows a selection of Britain's finest boulderers on their trip, grappling with the best the boulders have to offer. Watch mega classics & Nicole testpieces such as Golden Shadow and Black Eagle.
No interviews, no nonsense, just climbing.
Featuring Micky Page, David Mason, Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Lucinda Whittaker, Sam Whittaker, Scott Gibson, Grant Bateman, Andy Banks, Richard Sharpe and Nick Brown.
See the trailer to our latest film here: vimeo.com/35022331 which is on sale now: http://www.outcropfilms.com/shop-2
Music in order of appearance:
1. The Sun Smells Too Loud by Mogwai
2. Days to Come by Bonobo
3. The W.A.N.D by The Flaming Lips
4. Intimate Controversy by Yovee
5. Enter by Moonfleet
6. Ghosts N' Stuff by Deadmau5
7. No Turning Back by Gui Boratto
8. Romona Was A Waitress by Paul Dempsey
9. You Are A Tourist by Death Cab For Cutie
10. Highway Of Endless Dreams by M83
11. Come To Me (Wordless) by 65 Days Of Static
12. The Stranger by RJD2
13. Dayvan Cowboy by Boards Of Canada
Life on Hold is a new UK bouldering film from Nick Brown and Richard Sharpe, It follows Britain's top climbers and visiting stars around the UK, tackling some of the highest and hardest problems around. From the tough, mentally challenging highballs on the gritstone edges, to the short, powerful, esoteric testpieces of the limestone and everything in between. We've filmed the new emerging scene of strong boulderers and their tour around Britain's finest.
Featuring: Ned Feehally, Micky Page, Dan Varian, Chris Webb-Parsons, Michele Caminati, Shauna Coxsey, Katy Whittaker, David Mason, Alex Puccio, Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Jon Partridge, Martin Smith, Ryan Pasquill, Ben Thompson
In association with Five Ten and Arc'teryx. With support from The Climbing Works, Wild Country, Tip Juice and Beastmaker.
See 30 minutes of the film before anyone else at SHAFF!
Black Diamond athlete Nalle Hukkataival ventured to the iconic blocs of Fontainebleau, France in early 2011 and pulled off a string of impressive ascents during his stay. Here is a highlight reel filmed and edited by Alvi Pakarinen that brilliantly captures Nalle sending Karma (8A+), Elephunk (8B), L'Apparemment (8B), the stunning dyno of Rainbow Rocket (8A)—to name just a few. After all of Nalle's masterful sendage, you'll want to watch the last 2:30 of the video were Nalle (jacked ankle and all) endures failure after failure after failure on La Puce, a one-move-wonder 8A dyno that has him ass-stacking over and over again until, well... watch for yourself and enjoy.