Kickin' Ice in Newfie

Three strong New England ice climbers take a road trip to climb huge ice routes in Newfoundland’s Gros Morne Park.

An NEice video by Alden Pellett

Shattered

by Tyler Stableford

When you’ve given everything, what do you have left?

After achieving his dream summit, an elite climber finds himself empty. Broken and untethered, he searches for a fulfillment more lasting than a faraway peak.


Shot entirely on the Canon EOS 1D X
See the behind the scenes of the film here:
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Starring: Steve House
Produced and Directed by: Tyler Stableford
Cinematography by: Tyler Stableford and Draper White
Associate Producer: Kate Rolston
Editor: Dave Wruck
Assistant Editor: Ben Thomas
Field Audio: Ben Thomas and Matthew Van Biene
Riggers: Hayden Kennedy and Matthew Van Biene
Music by: Paul Fran-zik

See more by Steve House and his award-winning book Beyond The Mountain at: www.stevehouse.net

See Tyler Stableford’s portfolio at: www.tylerstableford.com

Sportlife SAGA 2: ICE – Tim Emmett

The Sportlife Saga is about three elements of nature: Water, Ice and Snow. The story of the element ice is told by Tim Emmet. Armed with two axes he pushes the boundaries of the frozen world.

Video production: EyEFORcE
Agency: Indie Amsterdam
Music: Paraphrase

Source: Vimeo, facebook.com/sportlifechewinggum
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eyeforce.nl

The Bingo Pillar

by Chris Alstrin

-The Bingo Pillar is a rarely formed WI 6 pillar of ice located in Hyalite Canyon, MT.Craig Pope during the 2011 Bozeman Ice Festival solos the delicate ice. During his climb Craig shares his feelings on soloing and why he enjoys climbing.

 

Source: Vimeo, chris Alstrin

 

Ice Vikings

Climbing Icebergs in Newfoundland

by Don Wargowsky

A team of 6 non-pro climbers travels to Newfoundland to climb icebergs in the Atlantic Ocean.

Source: Vimeo, Creater(NEice Forum)

This video is entered in the Fort William Mountain Festival Film Competition

Québec Ice Trip 2007

Comments:

“Goddamn, that was good!” – Mike R

“Wow didn’t expect that. High production quality of routes in the Northeast. The China Shop segment was cool.” – Smike

“The best video I have seen on Northeast ice climbing. Great to see climbs and people I know in such a well done video.” – Doug

Source: Petzl, Dailymotion

The Peach (WI5 M8)

Peach+6_20114493828BD athlete Raphael Slawinski makes first ascent of The Peach (WI 5 M8), a multi-pitch, bolt-free mixed line in the Canadian Rockies.

by The Black Diamond Crew

Black Diamond athlete Raph Slawinski has climbed ice all over the Canadian Rockies from fat ice flows to desperate mixed lines, bagging tons of first ascents along the way. Recently he teamed up with Grant Meekins to make the first ascent of an impressive bolt-free mixed line, The Peach (WI 5 M8). Raph was so stoked about the route he later returned with Jerome Yerly to make the second ascent, this time with Wiktor Skupinski along to film the action. The video deftly captures the demanding nature of the steep climbing, as well as shows just how chossy Rockies choss can get.

More at  BlackDiamond.com

Sourse: Vimeo, blackdiamondequipment.com

Scottish Ice Trip

by Petzl-sport
Scottish Icetrip – English from Petzl-sport on Vimeo.If there is one place on earth where climbers celebrate the arrival of the next snowstorm, it has to be Scotland. Each winter, pounded by the North Atlantic winds, the Scottish Highlands are covered by a layer of snow and frost at the mercy of weather conditions. Here, winter climbing has existed for more than a century, and the smell of adventure is as authentic as the whisky borne of the local peat. Climbing is done from the ground up, without bolts, and generally onsight. An introduction to the very modern ethics of Scottish mixed climbing. It’s in those condition that Ueli Steck flashed “the secret” (X, 10), the hardest climb in Ben Nevis.
See more of mountaineering videos, gear and techniques on :
http://www.petzl.com/en/outdoor/activities-techniques/mountaineering
Source: Petzl, Vimeo

Nemesis

by Joshua Lavigne

I had the opportunity to climb Nemesis with Raphael Slawinski a couple weeks ago. We hiked up the Stanley Valley in the early morning looking for the climb ‘Gentlemen’s Day Out’, but we didn’t really know where to find it. Our default for the day was to climb Nemesis, which we have both climbed half a dozen times or so. It turned out to be more difficult then we expected, cold and brittle ice all the way to the top, with a shower of water adding to the excitement. Even though it was cold and wet I managed to pull the camera out to get some cool footage.

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Source: Vimeo

Cannon Cliff – Winter Girdle Traverse

by Rufus J Lusk

Cannon Cliff Winter Girdle Traverse from Cowboy Bear Ninja on Vimeo.Possibly the biggest alpine objective on the east coast the Girdle traverse crosses a lot of rock. Cannon is about a mile long and the traverse crosses a good chunk of that length.

Matt McCormick is a professional climber and gear rep for Petzl who lives in Burlington VT. http://mattmccormickclimbing.blogspot.com/

Freddie Wilkinson is a professional climber with Mountain Hardware, writer and guide who lives in Madison NH. http://www.thenamelesscreature.com/

Source: Matt McCormick, Vimeo