5Point Film Festival Trailer 2014

As if I wasn’t stoked before. I hope you’ll join us for an amazing weekend!

First Light – Journey to the Roof of the World

Hayden had always told me what he did this time of year was exciting, but I had no idea the risks he was actually taking, and what all was involved. This film is not for the faint of heart.

Climbing in Cuba

With the weather turning towards winter, my mind has been drifting to thoughts of warmer climbing spots. I came across this video posted on of Paige Claassen climbing in Cuba, and I gotta say, looks pretty dreamy. It’s a long one, but if you are interested in taking a trip there, worth checking out. […]

How Do They Get the Rubber On There?

I’m a big fan of resoling my climbing shoes, it always just seemed wrong to be done with a pair after the rubber wears out. I have to admit, though, before watching this video, I was pretty clueless about the whole process. I had some assumptions, but the reality is a little different than what […]

Forgotten Lines

This one has been making the rounds this week, and for good reason. It’s a simple story, beautifully shot, that captures the essence of exploring and rediscovering classic lines. Enjoy. (RSS readers click here to watch the video)

Chris Sharma Bolting In France

This new video has already been spread around quite a bit, but it’s just so good we had to post it here as well. Sure, it may be blatantly showing off a bunch of the slick new Petzl gear, but it’s also a great glimpse into the mind of Chris Sharma, and his process of […]

Dispatches from the Pacific Northwest

While we work on putting together everything we saw at the Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City last week, here are some fresh new videos for your enjoyment. It’s a five part series created by Joe Kinder for one of his sponsors, Eastern Mountain Sports, detailing his current summer road trip through the Pacific […]

Independence Pass – Ice Caves Bouldering

Came across this cool footage today, from the good folks over at Louder Than 11, of some new boulder problems from the Ice Caves up on Independence Pass. As hot it’s been, this is a great option to escape the heat in a really unique setting. Enjoy.

Weekends With Piz

About a month ago, Arc’Teryx put out this great video of Grand Junction local Rob Pizem, a self proclaimed weekend warrior with a penchant for putting up new routes. Rob balances being a dad, husband and teacher, and still manages to get after it on the rocks. Sit back and enjoy a great tour of […]

Hayden Kennedy on the Carbondale Short Bus

By now most folks are aware that Carbondale’s own Hayden Kennedy established the hardest pitch in Indian Creek this past March, with his ascent of the Carbondale Short Bus. Austin Siadak captured some great footage of Hayden on the send, though he makes it look so casual it’s hard to tell this is the hardest […]

Climbing the Rainbow Wall

It’s been a wonderful and warm week here in Colorado, and we’re taking advantage of spring break to chase down some sunny sandstone. And on that topic, Outdoor Research has put together a great video of two folks climbing on the Rainbow Wall in Red Rocks. Enjoy, and here’s to getting out in the warm […]

Climbing as Therapy – Whitney Boland

Sterling has been putting out some great videos recently, and here’s another one to add to the list, this one with an interesting back story. Whitney Boland is a climber who lives in Chattanooga, TN, and has a chronic disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS). The video shows some of the great local crags, and talks […]

Vail & Redstone Ice Featured in North Face Athlete Videos

It’s mid winter, might as well keep the ice climbing stoke going! The North Face just released two new videos profiling their athletes Emily Harrington and Sam Elias, with some sweet footage shot at Vail and Redstone. It’s also cool to get some insight into how each of them approaches the sport, as they are […]

Living the Climbing Life

Another cool video from Sterling, this one starring the man who’s been putting them all together, Joe Kinder. Joe’s blog is one of the few pro blogs I read regularly, and this is a fun glimpse into his life as a climber. Enjoy! Joey Kinder – Living the Climbing Life with Sterling Rope from sterling […]

Friday Five – Video Killed the Radio Star

The Friday Five is a new feature here on Splitter Choss, where we’ll pick the 5 best whatever that we’ve seen online this week and post it all here for your enjoyment! It seemed like there was no end to the inspirational videos this week, here’s our pick of the best.

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Locals Corner

Bulldog Creek Dog Walk (IV WI 4+)

Hayden Carpenter and Tom Bohanon recently repeated an obscure ice climb on the south side of Mt Sopris. Given a brief mention in Jack Robert’s ice guide, Bulldog Creek Walk is described as being 100 meters of WI 4. What they found was seven pitches of ice in a remote setting that makes for one […]

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