• Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  •  Bouldering...
    Boulderingg... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
Freitag, 08 Februar 2013 16:22

Scarred for Life - the Ice Knife

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Cool short film series about Dave Graham & friends, travelling the world and bouldering hard things! This is the clip portrayes Dave Graham's first ascent of The Ice Knife (V15).
Music:
Active Child - "Hanging On" off the album You Are All I See.
Joker - "The Vision (Feat. Jessie Ware)" off the album Digidesign.
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