Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 29, 2023
In REI Co-op Studios' latest film, TO TOUCH THE EARTH, we join Hike Clerb founder Evelynn Escobar, with friends Devin and Tamara, as they explore New Mexico's mountains, rivers and desert and connect with the local community of changemakers.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 29, 2023
“Through the magical adventures of climbing strangler fig trees in the lush mountains of Costa Rica, young climbers find love and purpose for protecting the threatened biodiversity of the cloud forest.” Nalini Nadkarni, canoy researcher, takes into another world high above in the tropical rain fo
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 15, 2023
In the final season of the original 119-year-old Le Refuge de la Charpoua, hutkeeper of eight years, Sarah Cartier, and her two children, embrace the high life and all its history in the mountains near Chamonix, France.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 08, 2023
Michaela Kiersch climbs Dreamcatcher 5.14d in Squamish, BC.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 08, 2023
Two years ago, my best friend Kyle and I decided to make a film about overcoming the fear of life's unknowns. As rock climbers, we are captivated by those who push their physical boundaries, but also their ability to manage fear.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 23, 2022
Black Diamond ambassador Chaehyun Seo was born into the climbing life. Her parents own a climbing gym in Seoul, and by age 14, the South Korean phenom was already sending 9a.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 23, 2022
 
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 23, 2022
Where the spirit of the West lives on, and the climbing is still wild. After 20 years of silence the enigmatic Flex Luthor at Colorado's aptly named 'Fortress of Solitude' has awoken with a flurry of sends from the nation's top climbers including La Sportiva Athlete Jonathan Siegrist.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 04, 2022
What do we seek from the experience of climbing? In Kichatna, Graham Zimmerman, accompanied by Dave Allfrey and Whit Magro, explores his motivation to ascend one of the most remote, big walls in the Alaska Range.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 04, 2022
What is an "industrial standard" foot placement in ice climbing? Answer: Frontpoints and secondary points both in the ice and solid. 90 percent of ice climbers don't do this, and the results range from being out of balance and pumped to falling off. Fix it! Here's how.