1. Desert Ice: a 3 Strings video production.


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    Desert Ice - Ice climbing in Zion National Park, Utah. Created for Arc'teryx by 3 Strings Productions - http://www.3stringsproductions.com/ http://arcteryx.com “No one has found a venue this big since they invented the f**kin' ice tool." “This is different than just hiking up to the Cave or the Amphitheater or whatever… You gotta use a compass.” “These things are not waiting on you. When it is in, it’s in.” “Climbing routes like this is like defusing a time bomb, and you can’t walk away from it." Athletes Climbers: Jesse Huey Scott Adamson Angela VanWiemeersch Pete Takeda 3 Strings Productions: Andy Mann Cory Richards Keith Ladzinski Josh Povec Lilly Rosenthal

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    • K6 West


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      Raphael Slawinski, Ian Welsted and Jesse Huey travel to Pakistan to climb K6 West. At the moment of their departure down the KKH, they learn of the massacre at Nanga Parbat base camp. Each is now faced with a decision. As Jesse returns home, Raphael and Ian continue with the trip and ultimately stand on the 7040m unclimbed summit.

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      • FIRST LIGHT Trailer


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        “It’s visionary. It’s truly on the edge of what we could call climbing,” says Arc’Teryx athlete Jesse Huey. “You can train for the Karakoram, for Alaska, but nothing can prepare you for this.” This winter, Huey and his team of elite alpine climbers will journey to the roof of the world. When darkness falls, there will be light. Happy Holidays. Produced by Duct Tape Then Beer Directed by Austin Siadak Starring Jesse Huey Camera: Jim Aikman and Austin Siadak Written by Fitz Cahall and Austin Siadak Edited by Austin Siadak Original Score by Amy Stolzenbach Stunts by Jesse Huey, Hayden Kennedy and the Nutcracker Lighting design and holiday lights provided by http://mountain-lights.com/ based out of Boulder, Co.

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        • Free the Titan


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          A free ascent of the Finger of Fate on the Titan

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          • Slovak Direct, Denali


            from Mark Westman Added 1,892 20 1

            In June of 2010, Jesse Huey and I made the 5th ascent of this classic and challenging route on Denali's 9000 foot south face.

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            • One Crowded Day in Indian Creek


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              • THE SHADOW


                from Sonnie Trotter Added 47.1K 235 17

                Do you remember your first, 5.9? 5.11? 5.13? Last summer I captured my friends first 5.13 on video. The EPIC Shadow pitch of the Stawamus Chief is one of the most dramatic rock features on the planet. Located in Squamish BC, the Shadow has an honest reputation for being intimidating. Rated 5.13 it can be described as a single hand to finger sized crack which is tucked into a steep dihedral extending for over 150 feet into the summer sky. The Shadow was cemented into North American Climbing history when legendary stone master Peter Croft first freed the route in 1988, onsight. Since then it's only been repeated a handful of times. In this video big bad rad Jesse Huey from Seattle/Boulder battles up the double overhanging corners using grit, tenacity and imagination. His first attempt took 40 minutes before slipping off near the top. His successful burn, 3 hours later, with a pair of lucky shoes, took 45. Join Jesse on his journey to the chains, from arm barring chimneys and finger-tip laybacks, to pure friction stemming, Jesse uses everything he has. Be sure to take notice of the massive rack on his harness during the opening scene, and also keep an eye open for his palm sweating catch at 6:50, and for the fall at 7:20. On his second burn, as he nears the anchor at 9:40 watch for the tiny nut that falls out before he clips the ancient and suspect pin (yikes), and of course, enjoy his moment in the sun when he realizes his first 5.13 EVER, is non other than the World Class "Shadow" pitch of the University Wall.

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