This is the perfect video for you to watch in the morning. Preferably on a big screen tv!
You’ll see how beautiful Yosemite National Park is. This timelapse was filmed over the course of 10 months(!). Personally I think this is one of my best video’s I’ve seen so far. This is why I love rocks. Keep up the great work guys. Share, like or watch it again!
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When I just saw these vids below, I was getting really motivated. These walls at the comps are huge and the setters seem to love to set 15 move boulders!
These highlights contain awesome shots, nice closeups and show how strong the comp climbers are in the US.
Morning! Are you up yet?
Check this out. Here’s another cool video, this time with Dave Graham. This rock looks sick. It makes me feel like climbing outdoors again!
Chris Sharma. What is it like to be a climber? He is sharing a bit of a life story. Besides a promotion video of Sanuk I almost forgot this video was about climbing.
If only I could find such a cool tree like in this video, I’d definitely do the same. Climb it!
Hello you all!
2 Weeks ago there was a really cool outdoor competition in Hueco Tanks. It’s called Hueco Rock Rodeo. Sports climbers all over the world travel to the US to compete in this awesome outdoor area. It seems like climbing in a gym but outdoors. I’m going to add this area on my list! Here’s a video of the competition. Enjoy :D.
Yesss, it’s Friday and nearly weekend! I have spotted a really awesome video. This one is about Alex Honnold. Solo. No sweat, no rope and 100% focus. A must see!
On January 15th, 2014 Alex Honnold made the first-ever free solo ascent of El Sendero Luminoso, a 1500-foot big wall in Monterrey, Mexico, rated 5.12d. This is a raw, slo-mo clip from his climb of pitch 7, 5.12a. Footage shot by Cedar Wright, Renan Ozturk, and SkySight RC.