Filmmakers Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin take us inside the process of documenting Honnold’s quest for climbing glory
The CityROCK Climbing Film Festival was a huge success. We had 14 shows, 11 of them sold out, …
I looked down to see my ropes in space some 2-3m from the Dream ledge.
If you don’t have your tickets for the CityROCK Climbing Film Festival, we suggest you buy them NOW!!
the 2018 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Presented by Galileo Open Air Cinema at Kirstenbosch Gardens on Wednesday …
SAFESOUTHHIKES has the priivilege of teaming up with Climbing leaders from the MCSA (Mountain Club of SA), who …
Alex Honnold tells the story of how he summited Yosemite’s El Capitan, completing one of the most dangerous …
This one goes out to everyone that’s tired of us preaching about the value of wearing a helmet.
SANParks wishes to inform all Table Mountain National Parks visitors of the pending trail maintenance on Lions Head from 7 January 2019 to 15 February 2019.
Dichotomy is a short film about finding the balance between training and the love for the outdoors. Climber Rachelle de Charmoy takes us on her journey through this balancing act.
A group of young South African climbers exploring a new area in the Southern Cederberg mountains.
20 year old Italian climber Stefano Carnati sends the classic 9a ‘Action Directe’ in Frankenjura. The route was first climbed by Wolfgang Gullich in 1991.
A new bouldering league featuring a handicap point system which ensures that Ballies (people who are comprised by age and family commitments) have a head-start:
Captain Kirk’s latest mission: to ascend free solo — without safety ropes — up the 3,000-foot cliff of El Capitan in California’s Yosemite National Park.
JAM infuses a story of obsession and meticulous plot confusion into a rarely told saga of overcoming success and obstacles.
I am looking for a female climber for a film shoot. Requirements: – Must be person of colour (i.e. Black, Coloured, other – not Caucasian) – Age between 25 & …
Be sure to book your seats for the eagerly anticipated annual Banff International Mountain Film Festival, taking place between 26 October to 4 November.
More than 250 people worldwide have died while taking selfies in the last six years, according to a new study.