Tag Archives | Fontainebleau
The Shortest Boulder Problem in the world is at Fontainebleau
Jimmy Webb on his 3rd and final Euro Trip edit. It includes some of the tougher problems I was able to complete in Switzerland.. as well as some rad problems from Fontainebleau, France with Arjan De Kock.
Quite a big movie showing some of the boulders we did during our spring trip to Fontainebleau. The film contains 21 top class lines from the forest. Many classics and some less famous ones, in all styles. Still have lots of material left so maybe I make one more..
Destination Fontainebleau, one of the largest and best bouldering destinations in the world. Situated just south of Paris the forest of Fontainebleau spreads over 25,000 hectares and has an abundance of climbs of all style and difficulty.
Nalle Hukkataival managed to finish 2 old projects and grab the first ascents of a new 8A and 8B in not-so-perfect conditions at Fontainebleau.
Aerial views of Chamonix and Fontainebleau
Michele Caminati spent twelve days at Fontainebleau, where he got some good reps and above all “batteries recharged” as he wrote in his blog.
As a relative newcomer to bouldering, pFs James Swann took time out from behind the cameras to learn what it is about the art of bouldering, and particularly bouldering in Fontainebleau, that has so many people hooked.