Live. Climb. Repeat.

All of us know how long it takes, to the minute, to reach our local crag. We’ve slept in the dirt at J-Tree, in gîtes in Argentière and on the couches of countless climbing partners in between. When we look at a door jam, we see a pull-up bar. We…

Petzl Hirundos & Aquila Harnesses.

For performance at the sport crag, on a multi-pitch route and in the mountains. These high-end technical harnesses have a lightweight, clean and comfortable design, with or without adjustable leg loops. The HIRUNDOS harness is a high-end model, ideal for sport and alpine climbing. The FUSEFRAME Technology construction produces a…

Ben Nevis, Ledge Route from a Drone.

On Friday 13th March 2015, Rob Johnson from filmuphigh.com took his Phantom 2 drone fitted with a GoPro Hero 4 up onto the North Face of Ben Nevis to do some aerial filming. Rob said, “I climbed Ledge Route, a grade 2 winter mountaineering route, and filmed myself as I…

Africa Fusion. Alex Honnold, Hazel Findlay, ’nuff said.

Alex Honnold and Hazel Findlay head to Southern Africa for an experience of a lifetime. Africa Fusion takes us from the breathtaking orange granite and vast landscapes of Namibia, through the desert and across to lush red sandstone of Waterval Boven in South Africa. Carrying on the journey in South…

Explore Everest and The Khumbu, Nepal.

Google Street View has reached Everest. On Thursday Google unveiled 360-degree panoramic images of the region around the world’s highest mountain in collaboration with Apa Sherpa, who has reached the summit of Mount Everest more times than anyone else, with 21 successful ascents. In a blog post on Google Maps…

Chris Sharma Sends El Bon Combat

Chris Sharma Sends El Bon Combat

Chris Sharma has made the first ascent of El Bon Combat and has suggested 5.15b/c for the line. The “King Line”, as Sharma describes it. El Bon Combat is located at Cova de Ocell, which is 40 minutes from Barcelona, Spain. When Sharma first saw the line he said he…

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The Sufferfest with Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright.

The Sufferfest — Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright’s incredible cycling journey to climb all of California’s 14,000ft peaks. Now, for the first time ever, watch the full movie in all its wretched glory. Alex and Cedar cross California on bikes and climb some of the most amazing and technical routes…

The Himalayas from 20,000 ft.

The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 ft. up…