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Ease your way into an extended weekend with our pick of online streaming films for a Friday afternoon.
We ran this earlier in the week, but it's worth a second look. It's a nice little trail-running video called Why I Run from the guys at Cotswold Outdoor. Don't be put off by the retailer thing, it's not really a sales pitch and there's some really nice footage, we like ... Continue reading
A nice little trail running short from the guys at Cotswold Outdoor - enjoy...
No, not trail running in the Cotswolds, though of course there's no reason why you shouldn't go running there, this is Why I Run, a nice little video made by Cotswold Outdoor featuring a couple of their staffers and filmed in Snowdonia. It's nicely shot in a beautiful area and made is ... Continue reading
A few choice online vids to whisk you yawning and fretting into the weekend.
To kick things off, here's Rab-sponsored athlete Squash Falconer with a video about her 2011 Everest quest to not only climb the mountain, but become the first woman to paraglide from the summit. It was also picked as the Go Pro Video of the Day earlier this week. Enjoy. Continue reading
Red-nosed Everest expedition broadcasts 'world's highest, craziest, extreme, hyperventilating HARLEM SHAKE ever!
Not the longest Harlem Shake we've ever seen, but then the atmosphere's a bit thin up at Everest Base Camp. This is courtesy of Everest Million, the expedition that's aiming to raise £1m for Comic Relief by putting a red nose on top of Everest. More about all that at Continue reading
Alastair Lee's short film of Berghaus team athletes Rob Jarman and Philippe Gatta going head to head on bike and feet...
Not the most serious video ever, but check out this mildly amusing Alastair Lee short of Berghaus team athletes Rob Jarman (mountain biker and pro stunt-man) and Philippe Gatta (mountain runner and climbing all-rounder) going head to head in a man versus bike scenario. Not sure the result tells you much, ... Continue reading
Streaming online video fest to take the edge off the manky Mordor-like weather...
Skim en invierno
We found this while looking for a Mammut video, it's nothing to do with mountains or snow or climbing or hills, but it feels reassuringly like summer, so it seemed like a nice way to kick things off. Continue reading
Atmospheric footage of Andy Kirkpatrick's attempt to make the second ascent of a route on the north face of the Eiger.
A sort of double Andy Kirkpatrick day then with this atmospheric, lunchtime-friendly short video of his attempt, with Ross Kain and Neil Chelton on the dauntingly direct 2006 Russian route on the Eiger Nordwand. They climbed some 20 pitches in four days until being halted by the crux A5 pitch and ... Continue reading
Official trailer for Norwegian ice climbing epic out later this year - watch and pine...
This is the official trailer for the Pursuit, a Rab-supported film due out later this year from Aaron Mulkey and all about ice climbing in Norway. And it looks amazing. Guaranteed to have you pining for the fjords... Continue reading
Man versus bike, Don Whillan's last climb and more distraction for a damp Friday afternoon.
Man Versus Bike
Another one of those Alastair Lee, Berghaus shorts - this time it's a Berghaus athlete head to head with mountain biker Rob Jarman taking on runner and climber Philippe Gatta head to head. Our money would be on the bike, except... Continue reading
Firsthand account of a new route in Patagonia by adidas athletes Matteo Della Bordella and Luca Schiera.
Adidas Outdoor athletes Matteo Della Bordella and Luca Schiera have just made the first ascent of Patagonian peak Torre Eggar via the West Face. With a total ascent of 1,000 meters split over 30 pitches (25 new independent ones and the last five shared with the Huber-Snarf route) it took three years, ... Continue reading
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