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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 for Wing Suit BASE Jumping, big walls is where it's at.My first trip to Norway began in New York City. JFK-AMS-SVG. Stavenger (SVG) is where I linked up with my crew, JT, Miles, and Alaska Jon. Each of us arrived from different locations. We spent the night in Stavenger to grab the first available ferry the next morning which took us to our final destination, Lysebotn. The first night was awesome, just to all be together. We ate, drank and talked about the adventure...

2nd Place • "The Battle" in Lillehammer, Norway - Carlo Traversi

2nd Place • "The Battle" in Lillehammer, Norway - Carlo Traversi
September 14, 2012 - 

Fresh off the plane from South Africa and it was off to Lillehammer, Norway for the invitational bouldering competition dubbed “The Battle”. I’d been contacted and invited by the organizers of the event many months ago and to be honest I was very unsure about the event from the start. Having never been to Norway and with this being the first “Battle” in Lillehammer, expectations were nonexistent. As the cast of athletes for the event grew and included some of my better friends and climbing partners, excitement for the event continued to build throughout the summer....

Norwegian DWS Rockmaster - Daniel Jung

Norwegian DWS Rockmaster - Daniel Jung
August 20, 2012 - 

The Rockmaster was fun again!! This year the wall was located in Kristiansand. Everything was well organized again. Just the weather wasn’t that good, some rain. But the route setter dried the holds and so the two qualification rounds and the final worked fine.I met some more 5.10 climbers there, Mayan and David and Helena from Spain. So There probably will some more blogs about the Rockmaster.The first round I climbed a bit shy because of some bad landings in the past. But it couldn’t be more perfect, I fall of at the last move, so the highest...

Norway Magic - Chris Korbulic

Norway Magic - Chris Korbulic
August 17, 2012 -  Chris Korbulic

There are some places with magical associations and almost mythical character; Norway is one of those places to me. Endless sunlight, cliff-lined fjords, lightning blue rivers flowing from glaciers into the sea, it’s easy to see why. Since I started kayaking I have seen and heard about this Scandinavian kayaking oasis and its unbelievable rivers, but I never thought I would get to paddle here. It is one of the most expensive places to travel, and for a kayaker used to sleeping in the back of a mid-90’s hatchback, this fact was extremely daunting. This is where our friend...

Summer, Victory at Veko, and Upcoming Comps! - Therese Johansen

Summer, Victory at Veko, and Upcoming Comps! - Therese Johansen
August 08, 2012 - 

My summer has not been exactly how I hoped it would be, it has been raining quite a lot in Norway! Really hope the fall will get better. But we´ve gotten some nice days, and I have some new projects and some I still haven't been able to try, but are psyked for this fall. We where supposed to have a 2-3 weeks road trip in summer, starting with the competition at ekstremsportsveko, the bouldering around Voss, in Aurland and then drive on to other places. Well, I got to compete, climb in Voss and in Aurland, and I...

Summertime! - Therese Johansen

Summertime! - Therese Johansen
June 28, 2012 - 

The summer is on here in Norway, and it is either warm or wet usually. But climbing works well in the shadow, and i shore prefer it to be to warm than wet. this past time I have been bouldering outside, and participated in my first deep water soloing contest. And my first DWS climbing ever.A wall where put up in Bergen over the sea, and I was nervous but also excited to try this for my first time. My psyke on rope climbing is not the best, I get scared, and I would think I would get even...

 

Bouldering in Norway - Markus Eder

Bouldering in Norway - Markus Eder
June 25, 2012 -  Markus Eder
Midnight sun, elks, stockfish and mosquitos – that is how I pictured Norway. Now, after...

Spring Part 2 - Popsicle - Therese Johansen

Spring Part 2 - Popsicle - Therese Johansen
May 30, 2012 - 
28. april I did my first hard first ascent, which was the Icebreaker project. But...

Spring Part One - Therese Johansen

Spring Part One - Therese Johansen
May 14, 2012 - 
The 23.march I finally sent Rule of thumb, 8A, a boulder that have...

A Rest Week in France - Tina Johnsen Hafsaas

A Rest Week in France - Tina Johnsen Hafsaas
May 04, 2012 - 
I just got home from a week of rest in France. I had five days...

Presentation - Tina Johnsen Hafsaas

Presentation - Tina Johnsen Hafsaas
April 03, 2012 -  Tina Johnsen Hafsaas
I am a Norwegian competition climber from Norway who loves to climb, train and compete....

Fun Times in Norway with JT Holmes

Fun Times in Norway with JT Holmes
January 17, 2012 - 
I wanted to share an edit from some fun times had in Norway this year....
 

Soul Flyers: BASE Jumping's Modern Day Pioneers - JT Holmes

Soul Flyers:  BASE Jumping's Modern Day Pioneers - JT Holmes
December 15, 2011 - 
Vince Reffet, Fred Fugen together with filmer Jean-Phi Teffaut are an elite crew in BASE...
 
 
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