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Carlo Traversi is Proud to Present...HERITAGE

Carlo Traversi is Proud to Present...HERITAGE
September 09, 2013 - 

It's been a long road but I've finally managed to consolidate all of the footage from my productive trips to Switzerland in the Fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013. Switzerland is one of my favorite bouldering areas in the world. The perfectly featured and smooth granite blocs are designed for hard bouldering. From my beginnings as a climber, it was a dream of mine to climb a number of the lines featured in the film. Legendary boulders such a New Base Line (V14), Practice Of The Wild (V15), and The Story of...

No Pain, No Gain, That’s the Theory Right?! - Mayan Smith-Gobat

No Pain, No Gain, That’s the Theory Right?! - Mayan Smith-Gobat
September 06, 2013 - 

I hope that is true, because I have been pushing my body harder than ever before and existing in a state of perma-tiredness… Getting up at 5 or 6am every morning to train in the cool morning hours and make the most of the day… My training cycle has involved grueling circuits, sprint intervals, long hill runs, tread-wall sessions and a LOT of climbing. Completing this cycle has required a huge amount of energy and focus, and I have even been relishing my few rest days more than ever before…

I finally Jumped Le Pleureur! - Ellen Brennan

I finally Jumped Le Pleureur! - Ellen Brennan
September 05, 2013 - 

3704m with a 2000m flight ! And I would be lying if I said it is an easy jump to get.Last fall, Laurent and I tried to reach the summit of Le Pleureur alone with just some beta from a friend. “Ya sure, it’s easy, just climb the ladder, follow the trail, then climb the arête.” Sounded easy enough. But we were wrong. After following a ‘trail’ for 4 hours, we found ourselves scrambling up some shaley exposed face, and we were not even half way there. We knew the hike should take around 4-5 hours, so we...

Youth World Championship!!! - Delaney Miller

Youth World Championship!!! - Delaney Miller
August 26, 2013 - 

Last weekend I competed in the youth world championship in Victoria, Canada. It was a fantastic comp! It was an emotional, exciting week and I feel so blessed to have experienced it! I stayed with the US team in the Victoria University dorms, which were not far from the climbing wall. It was incredible to really connect and bond with all the other US team members. I will never forget the memories and relationships that were formed! Before the competition began, I was honestly in a very depressed mood. I was upset to be leaving my beloved home, friends,...

Part 2 of My Summer Vacation - Jill Kuzman

Part 2 of My Summer Vacation - Jill Kuzman
August 26, 2013 - 

First jump off Brento, I'm terrified all over again. New exit point. Further to fly to the landing. Different wind conditions. I walk down to the exit point after gearing up. I grab one of the ropes set up for safety. And manage to slip on the polished rock. I hold onto the rope, but drop my helmet and goggles. Slow motion, they bounce twice and disappear off the side of the cliff. Bad sign?! Who knows. Just a little fear icing on my fear cake.I start frantically rambling about how I can't possibly fly without goggles. I'm not...

Expanding the Comfort Zone: The Scariest Moment of My Life - Sasha DiGiulian

Expanding the Comfort Zone: The Scariest Moment of My Life - Sasha DiGiulian
August 25, 2013 - 

Free soloing a vertical cliff at 350 meters elevation is not where you will normally find me climbing. The difference between free climbing and free soloing is that, while free climbing you have protection and a rope so if you fall the fatality risk is actually very low; whereas, if you fall doing the latter, the fatality risk is almost certain. What keeps me from feeling inclined to free solo are the uncontrollable aspects of the sport. While climbing, it is beautiful to feel in complete control of yourself and your movements – to feel aware of your surroundings...

 

Team Norco Intl. - Crankworx, Whistler, BC

Team Norco Intl. - Crankworx, Whistler, BC
August 23, 2013 -  Jill kintner
Crankworx is one of the most anticipated events of the year, drawing in world-wide talent...

The African Chronicles... Day 1 - Benjamin Rueck

The African Chronicles... Day 1 - Benjamin Rueck
August 20, 2013 - 
A lot happens within a day. Sometimes good, sometimes bad, and sometimes ugly.Where are my...

A BellaVISTA! - Sasha DiGiulian

A BellaVISTA! - Sasha DiGiulian
August 17, 2013 - 
Our human capacity to push past suffering through sheer motivation and willingness to bite piercing...

Go with the Flow, Fight the Force - Colette McInerney

Go with the Flow, Fight the Force - Colette McInerney
August 13, 2013 - 
Turns out I’m a pretty terrible procrastinator. I’ve decided that’s why I’m drawn to climbing,...

How do you spell Norway? E.P.I.C. - Jeff Provenzano

How do you spell Norway? E.P.I.C. - Jeff Provenzano
August 13, 2013 - 
Norway, is actually spelled E.P.I.C. It's the world's most accessible big wall BASE jumping and...

Les Untouchables - Mayan Smith-Gobat

Les Untouchables - Mayan Smith-Gobat
August 09, 2013 - 
With only a few days left in France, a big storm rolled into Chamonix, leaving...
 

Psicoblog Masters in Park City, Utah! - Jon Cardwell

Psicoblog Masters in Park City, Utah! - Jon Cardwell
August 07, 2013 - 
In case you haven't heard, there was a climbing competition in Utah recently. Much...

Get PSYCHO! - Sasha DiGiulian

Get PSYCHO! - Sasha DiGiulian
August 04, 2013 - 
“I went skydiving, rocky mountain climbing, and two point seven seconds on a bull named...

Vallnord Andorra MTB World Cup - Jacqueline Harmony

Vallnord Andorra MTB World Cup - Jacqueline Harmony
August 01, 2013 - 
The Andorra World Cup was one of the toughest races to attend, as I went...

Euro Summer - Mayan Smith-Gobat

Euro Summer - Mayan Smith-Gobat
July 31, 2013 - 
After a wet and very unsettled Spring/Summer, with a little too much flitting around the...

This is Africa Part Two - Sasha DiGiulian

This is Africa Part Two - Sasha DiGiulian
July 31, 2013 - 
Following my first two weeks climbing in Waterfall Boven and exploring areas in and around...

Trip to Alaska - Angela Payne

Trip to Alaska - Angela Payne
July 29, 2013 - 
Last weekend I had the opportunity to return to the beautiful state of Alaska to...

X-Alps 2013 - Stephan Haase

X-Alps 2013 - Stephan Haase
July 26, 2013 -  Five Ten
Day 1 was fantastic despite a lot of hurdles like being rained on twice in...

This is Africa! - Sasha DiGiulian

This is Africa! - Sasha DiGiulian
July 25, 2013 - 
First time, love at first sight! Africa is exotic, welcoming, and free. I feel so...
 
 
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