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Climbing Daily visit the Arc'teryx Academy while The North Face deliver two inspiring short films.

The North Face - The Search

Team climbers, James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini return from a climbing safari of the South African Western Cape terrain, embarking on trad climbs all around the hidden treasures of the Rocklands area.

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Alex Honnold at his genius best and a look forward to this year's Arc'teryx Alpine Academy.

Alex Honnold Free Soloing at Fair Head

Climbing Daily went to Fair Head, Northern Ireland, to film the climbing festival that took place there last weekend. Along the way world-famous climber Alex Honnold started soloing a huge, intimidating E8 6b - ‘The Complete Scream’ - and the film crew followed what was "the ...  Continue reading

We've found three quality short films from three of the outdoor industry's top climbing brands.

We've been spoilt with a whole load of quality outdoor videos over the last few months and especially when it comes to climbing.

Here we've found three brilliantly produced short films from three of the top outdoor brands - Adidas Outdoor, Mountain Equipment and Arc'teryx - to inspire you to get on ...  Continue reading

Wild camping in the Peak, hiking Crib Goch and mountain biking in this week's video round-up.

Black Diamond: BDTV - Episode 6: The Master of Moves

Black Diamond's latest BDTV episode is here. In the forests of Fontainebleau, the boulders hold some of the most astounding shapes in the world, inspiration to artists and climbers alike. World Cup route setter Jacky Godoffe has been climbing there for decades, ...  Continue reading

Rock climbing, wild camping, base jumping and mountain biking included in this week's selection.

Outliers - Salomon Running TV Season 05 Episode 04

New edition of Salomon's popular Running TV series, "Outliers" explores the emergence of a new style of Alpinism with Jordi Tosas sharing valuable insight whilst Michel Lanne searches for a balance between this approach and his life in Mountain Rescue.

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In this week's outdoor video selection we have climbing, wild camping, snowkiting and hill walking.

Leo Houlding Training Mission - Greenland Snowkite

Leo Houlding has embarked on a month-long, unsupported, 1000 mile expedition snowkiting across the Greenland ice cap. Ahead of his first major expedition that doesn't involve climbing, Leo ventured to Haugastol, Norway with expedition partner Bruce Corrie to put his snowkiting ...  Continue reading

Climbing videos specialist Epic TV has added three new world-class ascents to its video selection.

Epic TV Climbing has been the source of quality climbing videos for a long time now, and the three we have here for you are no exception. So let's get straight to it, here they are.

Caroline Ciavaldini climbing 8b+ limestone route (video above)

In the first video we follow professional climbers Yuji ...  Continue reading

Spent too many hours attempting to shove your sleeping bag in its stuff sack? Then check this out...

How to pack a sleeping bag with Snugpak - Video

Packing up your camping gear after a boozy night around the fire is never easy, especially those darn sleeping bags. Getting it into its stuff sack can be an absolute drag, but do you know the ideal packing technique?

Enter ...  Continue reading

Short film detailing the life and death of British pioneering climber and author Dave Pegg.

Black Diamond BDTV Episode 5: The Width of Life - Video

Black Diamond's latest BDTV episode is a brilliantly moving short film about the life and death of pioneering climber and author Dave Pegg, who sadly took his own life in 2014 following depression and insomnia.

The film pays tribute to a man ...  Continue reading

In this week's edition we have climbing, mountain training, wild camping and hill walking.

The Classics Ep1: Multipitch Fiesta de los biceps 7a

New series from Mammut focusing on the world's most famous multi-pitch climbing routes. The first episode sees professional climbers Anna Stöhr and Edu Marin take on the Fiesta de los biceps, a 7a-graded route with a whole load of overhangs and loose rocks. Great start to ...  Continue reading

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