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Sansara

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Thrills : 2012 repeated " Heli " Kotter climbing route " Sansara " , an alpine gem in the heart of Lofer. The extreme climber has repeatedly tours such as "Bella Vista " and " Pan Aroma " on the western pinnacle and has since been on the hunt for new alpine adventures. Too Sansara is not only physically but also mentally challenging.

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Climbing brothers take on first trad ascent of La Tarragó

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The Pou brothers take on the first free ascent of La Tarragó (8b+/240m) on Montserrat, Spain. On a cold November day last year, Spanish climbers and mountaineers Eneko and Iker Pou added a new chapter to the history of climbing. The beautiful, otherworldly towers of Montserrat, Spain saw the first free ascent of the six-pitch route, La Tarragó.

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11-year old Ashima Shiriashi climbing two V9s

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Ashima Shiraishi bouldering in the Gunks for a DPM exclusive where she shares her outlook on climbing and how it has changed since she first began the sport. Ashima is one of the strongest climbers of her generation, but she is years beyond her physical age. Her maturity both as a climber and as a person will be explored in this episode.

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Shutdown Session with Tommy Caldwell

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With the government shutdown this past October, climbers were kicked out of Yosemite National Park. With few surrounding options, Tommy Caldwell and friends went to check out the granite at Shuteye Ridge. Fellow Patagonia climbing ambassador Sonnie Trotter filmed Tommy making the first ascent of an open project that turned out to be an incredible 5.13+ sport climb. Sonnie made the second ascent of the route soon afterwards and confirms its impeccable quality.

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Alizee Dufraisse Sends Coma Sant Pere (8c+)

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"Coma Sant Pere is a 50 meter route in a big wall close to Era Bella in Margalef. There are 3 sections with long moves. The first one is a boulder with a jump and the others are more resistance". ~Alizee Dufraisse, prAna Ambassador

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Alex Honnold 5.12 Big Wall Solo

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On January 15th, 2014, Alex Honnold made the first free solo ascent of El Sendero Luminoso (5.12d), a 15 pitch big wall near Monterrey, Mexico. This is footage from pitch 7 (5.12a), filmed by Cedar Wright, Renan Ozturk, and SkySight RC for Camp 4 Collective. It could be the most difficult rope-less climb in history.

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VAUDE - Hueco Tanks - Boulder Movie with Kilian Fischhuber

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Everyone knows how important skiing in Austria is. Much less in the spotlight of the media, but for years equally as successful, is the Austrian climbing competition scene. Here you'll find the very best of competition climbing bundled together on an even narrower space than the skiers. With representatives such as Jakob Schubert in lead climbing, Anna Stöhr and Kilian Fischhuber in bouldering, the strongest and most successful competition climbers in recent years are all from Innsbruck.

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BD athlete Barbara Zangerl climbing Super Cirill (8a) near Ticino, Switzerland

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Bouldering, sport, trad, multi-pitch—if it's rock, Barbara Zangerl crushes it. Though she calls Austria home, more often than not she's on the road throughout Europe and beyond, hunting down her next climbing challenge. A recent trip to Ticino, Switzerland had her going to battle on Super Cirill, a nine-pitch crack line stacked with difficult 8a climbing. We sent filmmaker Bernardo Gimenez down there with her and he returned with this great video that showcases both the demanding nature of the route as well as Babsi's laid-back approach to life.

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Stefano Ghisolfi and the Grandi Gesti 9a

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The video of Italian climber Stefano Ghisolfi on Grandi Gesti 9a at the Grotta dell'Arenauta, Sperlonga, Italy.

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First ascent sport climbing in South Africa w/ Sasha DiGiulian

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First ascent sport climbing in South Africa w/ Sasha DiGiulian

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Accomplished young climber Sasha DiGiulian travels to South Africa and completes a first ascent in Waterval Boven, naming it "Rolihlahla," which is South African president Nelson Mandela's middle name.
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