Videos

The Green Bridge of Wales!

The Green Bridge of Wales! by Dave Linnett   A visit to peerless Pembroke to climb on probably the most spectacular natural sea arch in the United Kingdom called the Green Bridge of Wales. Formed from carboniferous limestone over the centuries and a popular visitor attraction this short HD video features the indigenous flora and […]

Salbitschijen – South Ridge

A visit to the premier alpine rock destination of the Salbitschijen 2981m, near Göschenen in Central Switzerland to climb the super-classic 16 pitch 550M South Ridge. The Sudgrat is often described as one of the best and most beautiful climbs of its type and grade in the whole of the Alps so here is a […]

Anti-Atlas – Morocco Rock Climbing

A winter sun rock climbing trip in January 2015 with a few AMCr’s to visit the superlative Anti-Atlas region of Morocco to sample the world class Trad climbing on offer. Featuring the amazing Kasbah Tizourgane which is THE place to stay, climbing on the Tusker Pinnacle (the Anti-Atlas equivalent of the Napes Needle) plus the […]

Barre des Ecrins

A short HD video on the majestic Barre des Ecrins 4102m in the French Alps featuring butterflies, performing marmots, overhanging seracs plus a rarely seen brocken spectre. Also a classic mountaineering dilemma on whether to carry on in poor conditions and deteriorating weather after being ill? Or to stop because it is probably the sensible […]

The Devil’s Slide – Lundy

A short HD film about a trip to the magical mystery island of Lundy in September 2014 featuring sika deer, barrel jellyfish, grey seals and a whole menagerie of wildlife finishing with an ascent of the island’s classic climb “The Devil’s Slide”. The enchanted Puffin Isle requires a bit of advance planning and commitment to […]

Church Rock Sea Stack – Pembroke

An esoteric but most excellent adventure to the alluring Church Rock sea stack near Bosherston in Pembroke using an incongruous armada of sea vessels. Much to our suprise the stack was duly reached and no-one drowned, drifted half-way to America or required rescuing by a Sea King taxi. Consequently the photogenic “crag classic” VS called […]

Aiguille Dibona

A long held ambition to climb the classic “Face Sud Classique” aka “Voie Berthet/Boell/Stofer” on the mighty Aiguille Dibona 3131m. First climbed by Angelo Dibona in 1913 and although of modest height, the Dibona has inspired generations of climbers and is surely one of the most beautiful and spectacular mountains in Europe! 🙂

Dewerstone video

A delightful day out at one of Dartmoor’s finest venues, namely The Dewerstone in South West Devon, on one of the crag classics called “Central Groove” which is surely one the best climbs of it’s grade at Hard Severe in the UK. Set in the magical ancient wooded valley of Shaugh Prior by the babbling […]