Valhalla – Film Review by Dave Barnes September 2020

VALHALLA is the latest climbing film to be distributed by Adventure Entertainment.  The film follows a climbing party that attempts a route of the same name.  It is a remarkable film carefully crafting the story of a father and son climbing team that weaves its way across the longest and hardest roof to date in an exotic location in Getu, China. The key climber is Edu Marin. Edu was raised in a climbing family with his father, Francisco, who has passed…

DMM Tour Down Under

DMM is coming across the globe from Wales with a bunch of its toys for all climbers to try or test out – at the crag or at the gym this November (see the event list below with links to each event’s Facebook page). Come along and join in the fun of who can place gear the fastest challenge, plus DMM will have a pull testing machine to break your old gear or stuff you have found at the crag (except at the…

Leave Radiata Plateau Wild

The Blueys are wonderful: tall gums tower over a deep-green understorey filled with birds and beasts, while sinewy trails cut through those forests, leading to mighty cliffs that lift up the plateau and set it above the lowlands, where they are battered by cold winds and bathed in the soft light of setting suns. And it is all right there, on the doorsteps of a thriving community. But that access comes at a cost – proximity to civilisation. In much of the Blueys you feel as if you are…

VL Hard Copy + Massive TNF competition

The much-heralded, long-awaited inaugural print issue of Vertical Life has been born in all its tactile, technicolour glory! And if you stump up $20 to buy a copy before Midday EDT on 27 October 2014 you’ll get automatically entered into our The North Face competition where you could get kitted out in over $1000 worth of TNF gear, including a Verto Storm Jacket, a Verto Jacket, a Verto Micro Jacket, Verto Pants and a Verto Pack. Amazing prize, a grand, no…

Video – Sharma and Glowacz in Oman

Grampians Fires Update

Today a group of climbers met with Parks Victoria representatives in Halls Gap to discuss the issues facing the southern Grampians after the fires that raged through the Victoria Range. After a very positive and frank discussion involving the head ranger, Dave Roberts, and climbing representatives, Steve Monks, Malcolm Matheson and Tracy Skinner (on behalf of the Victorian Climbing Club), this is how it stands. The Victoria Range will remain temporarily closed for the next four to six weeks, meaning…

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