1. Nalle Hukkataival on the Grit


    from Ed Ratcliffe [Slender Films] / Added

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    I helped out Nick Brown of Outcrop Films during their shoot for their upcoming UK Bouldering Film, this is a quick edit of some of the stuff i got. Nalle Hukkataival joins some of Britain's strongest climbers including Jon Partridge and Sam Hamer on a stunning evening in the Peak District after the semi-finals of the Climbing Works International Festival, as they try some of the gritstone classics at Stanage Plantation Music: Ghostwriter by RJD2 Nalle sent Brad Pit 3rd go Problems in order are: The Storm V8 / font 7b+ Ulysses' Bow E6 6b / V6 Brad Pit V10 / font 7c+ Shot on a Nikon D7000 Sigma 8-16 Nikon 18-200mm Nikon 35mm

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    • Hard Grit Bouldering


      from Bröderna Linné Ryn / Added

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      Benjamin Linné Ryn on a two week visit to Peak District, climbing some the best and most classic stuff around. Goproed beta video thirteen lines, hope you enjoy Also a big thank to Black Diamond and Five Ten for suport Boulders: Simbas Pride, E8 6B, Burbage South Careless Torque, 8A, Stanage Brad Pitt, 7C, Stanage Deliverace, 7B+, Stanage The Storm, 7B+, Stanage Samson, 8A, Burbage South The Bad and The Beautiful, E7 6C, Millstone Edge Lane, E5 5C, Millstone 10 000 maniacs/Elm Street , 7C / E8 6C, Millstone Voyager, 8B, Burbage North The Angels Share, 7C+ / E8 7A, Black Rocks Ulysses Bow, E6 6B, Stanage Downhill Racer, E4 6A, Froggatt

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      • When Conditions Fail.. Psyche Prevails!


        from James Thornton / Added

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        This video is dedicated to Ben Conibear! One day off from work a week you gotta make it count! 8am soaking wet plantation, but with an almighty buffeting wind all day it was soon dry.. Dom sent the Torque first go then I jumped the send train to other side of the plantation. Almost fell off topping the ace out when a bit of grit popped off! (not the jug again thank god) Two problems Dom Bridgwood on Careless Torque and myself on The Ace A great day with holmes :)

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        • Coming Up for Air


          from Jen Randall, Light Shed Pictures / Added

          5,175 Plays / / 5 Comments

          A short and sweet account of Will Atkinson on his new boulder problem, Coming Up for Air, 8a, at The Plantation in Stanage. It's a direct start to Big Air - I don't know how he does it.

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          • When the work is done


            from Guy Van Greuning / Added

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            To some the grit is a winters day huddled around in down jackets working on a rubix cube, to others it's a summers day ticking off classic routes or seeking out obscure ones. To me it's rushing back from work and out of breath jumping in a mates car, bouncing down ringinglow road watching the trappings of city life fade away building by building, the sun looks low but you know you'll get a couple in before time is called. Ah Stanage, the elongated crown running along the eastern peak's forehead, jewels and gems dotted along it's length in no particular order. The other crags around are just as accessible but something about this edge draws you in, the aspect and height mean your cobwebs are more likely to be blown away. After a bad day at work, or even just a normal day, it becomes an antidote that makes you concentrate and forget about the forgetful stuff, if only for a short while. Re-climbing routes can bring back old memories, the shape of the holds the catalyst, or you can stick your neck out and catch a quick buzz, always in your control, your decision. Stanage is many things to many different people but what's shared is the enjoyment and appreciation of this precious natural resource, long may it remain this way. http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/stand-up-for-stanage https://www.thebmc.co.uk/stand-up-for-stanage Routes are: Heaven crack (contender for best route on stanage) Hargreaves Original (feels big for such a small cliff) Narrow Buttress (my first VS, couldn't afford cams so had badly placed wires which I promptly kicked out whilst topping out) Jitter face (an outrageous position for such a grade, best done in the magic hour) Cave arête (you'd miss it if you weren't looking, you'd miss a very fine crux, one of those moments where time itself is suspended as you stretch that ext-r-a inch) Desperation (cover of the '89 guide, enough said) Flying buttress direct (what heathen hath created such a gymnastic endeavour, forget subtleties for a second and get cranking) Suzanne (a brilliant little pop at head height just before you wander back down to your car) Heather wall (quintessential Stanage, steep with good holds and gear, polished and utterly brilliant)

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            • The Grit Approach


              from HD Rock / Added

              13.5K Plays / / 10 Comments

              A climbing film documenting a Trip to The Peak District in the UK, 4 climbers from south wales venture up into the wilderness that is Stanage,Millstone and Frogget. They get lots of the classic Peak climbs under there belt as well as having alot of fun on the way!

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              • On My Doorstep - Peak District Climbing


                from Ben Norman / Added

                3,837 Plays / / 5 Comments

                Here is a collection of climbs that I have managed to catch on video since moving up to Sheffield for university. I've really enjoyed having the world class climbing of the Peak District on my doorstep and still have so much more to do!

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                • One dog and his man


                  from team_BMC / Added

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                  "He's only having fun." Dogs are great... most of the time. If you're taking your best friend out to the crag, then don't let him run wild - like this very, very bad doggy. For more info on taking dogs climbing or walking, see https://www.thebmc.co.uk/wise-words-for-walkies

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                  • North Official Trailer


                    from Tom Ivor Richards / Added

                    10.2K Plays / / 6 Comments

                    Premiering at Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2014 (SHAFF), North is an artistically shot mountain bike film by Tom Richards/Furnival Media, in collaboration with Override Cycleworks. From classic cross country riding in the Peak District to downhill in the famous Wharncliffe Woods, North explores the diverse range of riding in and around Sheffield. Whilst primarily being a mountain bike film, North also exposes the audience to the incredible landscape that lies on the doorstep of the city. Filmed over a period of 3 months in between work and bad weather, North is my first longer length film. The combination of the cinematography, sound and music will take you on a journey through some of the best riding spots around Sheffield, leaving you longing to get out on your bike and explore. tomivorrichards.co.uk facebook.com/furnivalmedia Music Future Prospect - Biggi Hilmars Pretty Good - WLJP Sun Kissed Bliss - Splashh Dreams - N U A G E S Late Night Whispers - CMA Music

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                    • Snowballing at Stanage and Burbage South


                      from Moon Climbing / Added

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                      Beta galore on Black Car Burning at Stanage; 4 ascents and 4 different methods, so take your pick! A thrutchy flash of Simbas Pride; I just didn't want to jump down so the only way was up as they say!

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