"Whistle Pigs" (5.11a/b) is a classic, single-pitch (90-foot) sport route that Toby Stegman and Wesley Gooch established in early summer 2012 at Rock Springs Buttress in Jackson, Wyoming. The route lies on the far right end of buttress, down the hill a little ways from the giant chockstone of "Swordfish Lipstick" and "Birthday Suit." It’s the last section of gold rock before the cliff becomes broken and split by gullies. Look for a line of bolts and a small placard.
I shot this film on the small town of Lander, Wyoming and the local rock climbing scene there. It was shot on 16mm but due to the limitations in digitizing the footage, the resolution isn't that great. Keep in mind, this was shot in 1994!
Lander, Wyoming. Beautiful climbing, wonderful people. Here is my angle on it.
Cinematography & Production: Kyle Duba
Shot in the Fall of 2011
Additional Filming & Thanks To: Brian Hensien, Graham Kolb, Sophia Kim, Evan Horn, Jesse Brown
-90% of shots were made with a Panasonic Lumix GH1 or GH2 and the 14-140, a few used the 20 1.7
-Several shots were made with a Canon T2i and the Tokina 12-24 or the Canon 18-135
-The angle under the roof on the last climb was a GoPro
-All post production: FCP