***DISCLAIMER: There is footage in this video of climbing in the rain. Since the making of this video, we have learned Red Rock sandstone is very soft and susceptible to breakage when wet. It should be noted that we do not condone climbing in the rain, and suggest giving the rock two days to dry out before climbing.***
Bouldering. Alex Johnson, Kati Peters and Fritz on a climbing trip to Red Rock Canyon. Featuring The Pearl V5, The High Road V7, Monkey Wrench V7, The Alexisizer V6, Poker Chips V1, Ultimate Grandstaff V5, Scare Tactics V10, Vigilante V10, Porkchop V3.
Black Diamond athletes Daniel Jung and Nico and Olivier Favresse are always on the hunt for first ascents, and their most recent search led them to Norway where they found a stunning, overhanging wall laced with cracks. The trio's FA pursuit involved skin-shredding jams, mega whippers, and daily shenanigans, including scooter jumping and swapping tooth-brushing tips.
This is video is part of our Climbing 2013 digital catalog. Through photos, videos and narrated slideshows, the Climbing 2013 digital catalog highlights first ascents and first free ascents from recent years, as well as the crucial pieces of Black Diamond gear that helped make them a reality. In addition, the digital catalog showcases historical images from past first ascents—chosen by our athletes—that have fueled their own personal FA pursuits. To view the Climbing 2013 digital catalog, click here: catalog.blackdiamondequipment.com/
French Phenom Alizee Dufraisse climbs with intense passion and loves the physical and mental challenge of climbing at her limit. In Siurana Spain, she lives her dream, with a handful of very hard projects on her 'tick list'. In her words, "A fight is what makes your life".
Learn more about Alizee at prana.com/life/ambassadors
The soundtrack is available on barakaflims.com/en/shop
Located in the heart of the Patagonian pampas, in Argentina's Chubut province, Piedra Parada's monolith rises up from the surrounding desert. Lying just to the north, the majestic La Buitrera Canyon was home to the Petzl RocTrip in November 2012. For more than a week, climbers from all over the world came together to share a common passion: climbing. Thanks to the hard work of a team of Argentinean and international route developers, La Buitrera Canyon, 5 km long with towering cliffs up to 200m high, is now one of Argentina's major climbing spots. For the tenth edition of the Petzl RocTrip, more than 1500 people climbed in the wind, dust, heat, and cold, for an unforgettable Patagonian experience!