1. The Real Thing - The Original Bouldering Movie

    The Real Thing - The Original Bouldering Movie

    Originally released in 1996, the Real Thing was the first ever feature length bouldering movie and was a huge influence in the popularisation of bouldering. 22 years later and it still remains a classic. Watch it online at Moon Climbing.

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  2. Quatre Saisons en Deux Semaines

    Like the title suggests the weather was fairly mixed during our little jaunt to the forest. From -14 with wind chill, to snow as light as icing sugar to 15 degrees and 99.9999% humidity.

    The aim of the trip was to put some time into Gecko Assis, as it always seems to be, but after realising I wasn't feeling in tip-top condition and with sub-optimal weather I reverted to seeking out some gems and finishing off a few classics that had proved tricky on previous trips.

    While we were there I saw some of the worst attempts to dry rock wet rock that I had ever seen and the amount of tick marks that weren't brushed off after use is definitely on the increase. Please enjoy the forest and climbing there, but leave the problem as you found it or in better condition. Chalk doesn't dry wet rock, it ruins it and 5 minutes at the end of your session to brush holds and ticks should be something that everyone factors into their climbing day. #respecttherock

    Quatre Saisons en Deux Semaines from David Mason on Vimeo.

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  3. Rhythm (8a+) and Cypher (8b) - by David Mason

    Rhythm (8a+) and Cypher (8b) - by David Mason

    A quintessential gritstone experience; subtle and finicky requiring a cold, dry day but no sun and some pretty hardy skin. Really satisfying to stand on top of one of the best gritstone has to offer.

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  4. David Fitzgerald Takes On Switzerland

    David Fitzgerald Takes On Switzerland

    Our #MoonTeam Athlete, David Fitzgerald, has just got home from a long three week trip to Switzerland! This is a video of some great lines that he climbed during some of his days spent in Ticinto, Switzerland. 

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  5. MoonBoard Masters 2017

    MoonBoard Masters 2017

    The MoonBoard Master 2017 is the first climbing competition that will be simultaneously live streamed from MULTIPLE locations around the world. It’s also the first time YOU will have the opportunity to watch and climb the competition problems LIVE as they’re revealed. Ever watched a climbing competition and wanted to try the problems yourself? Perhaps you've even thought, ‘I bet I can top that..’. The chance will be yours, from 9 December onwards, on any MoonBoard with the MoonBoard Masters 2017 hold setup.

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