Embedded throughout the cityscape of Mexico City you can find endless bouldering options, some more obvious than others. Read more
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So I just came across another “Epic” bouldering video over at Epic TV. They always run some of the best climbing and bouldering videos that really get my spirits up and excited for the next send. This particular video couldn’t have come at a better time, since this coming weekend the crew and I will be trekking out to Black Mountain, and I have my sights set on the slightly infamous “Big Greenie”.
So even though my sights are set, I’m not quite sure it’s locked and loaded. I’ll have to wait until I’m face to face with this giant, before I know I will go for the send. Any how, I can always count on Epic TV to post something that can just give me that extra motivation to come out charging. This video “Very Hard & Very High-Ball Bouldering (Soloing??) In The Peak District” is full of (as the title states) High Balls. Benjamin Linné Ryn of Sweden is shooting up these highballs, leaving a fine line bordering Soloing? The camera angles are pretty awesome, totally emphasizing the greatness of these colossal boulders. I can’t wait for our trip!
This is the 2014 bouldering recap video of my friends and I.
On my first visit to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway my friends and I had no guide book and no idea where to go.
Of my limited bouldering experience at Mount Rubidoux, the King Bee Dyno has been my favorite problem yet.