Home Welcome to the UQMC Forum! General Discussion 'Get psyced' video thread

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  • #871

    Thought it’d be cool to have a thread where people can post up cool climbing or outdoor videos they’ve made or found online. I’ll get the ball rolling with an old classic:

    Chris Sharma on the First ascent of Dream Catcher:

    #886

    Nick Tierney
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    love that music!

    #888

    That music just builds the suspense, wish I had that going on a climb !

    #977

    Reigne Dadey
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    Here’s a favourite of mine:

    A short film on the career of Conrad Anker and his personal experiences with loss and sacrifice. Inspires me every time :’)

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    Nick Tierney
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    One of my dream routes, the routes that I want to complete in my life, is Welcome to Barbados. A grade 29/30 put up by Malcolm HB Matheson sometime in the 80s (I think), it is a 50m horizontal roof climb in the grampians that goes ALL ON TRAD GEAR. It has two pages of instructions for placing the gear, and legend has it that HB did it on his second shot.

    Here’s a video of Mayan Smith-Gobat doing it. Bloody epic!

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    Sam Putland
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    The never ending boulder problem AKA “Wheel of Life” by James Kassay. Pretty epic.

    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9sF4jv8L3g&w=560&h=315%5D

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    Nick Tierney
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    Holy crap! That UQMC 2009 video is awesome.

    #1422

    Milky
    Participant

    Damnit, and to think I was going to do some work today… haha

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    Ben Jeffrey
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    Louie Oram
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    Here is an awesome video about the process of red pointing by Ethan Pringle.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by  Louie Oram.
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    Ben Jeffrey
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    The Art of Leading by John Long, circa 1988
    A bit of a blast from the past.

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