1. Lonnie Kauk: The Stash


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    This is a glimpse of the videos DPMClimbing.com will be unveiling in The Stash. The Stash is DPM's premium video platform that is meant to separate DPM's exclusive, high quality video footage from user generated content. The Stash will only feature the best climbing footage available in full HD. Coming soon to www.dpmclimbing.com

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    • Yosemite, Ascending Rhythm - Clip #2


      from Sterling Johnson Added 4,205 16 0

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      • Ascending Rhythm Clip #1


        from Sterling Johnson Added 3,713 14 2

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        • 'Call it what you want' Official Trailer


          from Dave Gill Added 9,500 9 2

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          • Dosage Volume III Trailer


            from Big UP Productions Added 4,863 7 0

            The third installment in the Dosage series, featuring: Chris Sharma bouldering in the Ozarks (Witness The Fitness, V15); Klem Loskot and Tim Emmett deep water soloing in Vietnam; Dave Graham bouldering in Switzerland; Beth Rodden on the first ascent of The Optimist, 5.14b; Ron Kauk's reflections on climbing and nature; And a Utah update from veteran filmmaker Mike Call.

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            • Sierra Segment Trailer


              from Neil Gill Added 3,878 4 3

              'Call it what you want' Due out November '08. for more info please visit www.steepmedia.com www.neilgill.com

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              • Midnight Lightning V8


                from Eddie the Eagle Added 2,640 1 0

                One of the most famous boulder problems in the World. The renowned problem is located on the massive Columbia Boulder at Camp 4, Yosemite. Located on the northeast face, the boulder problem was believed unclimbable until Ron Kauk claimed the first ascent in 1978. "When Midnight Lightning was established, it was the hardest problem on the planet". Kauk wasn't the first one to find the line and brush out the holds, but he did make the first send. Lynn Hill was the first woman to climb it in 1998.

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