Submitted by Alex Savage
Experience the beauty of bouldering in an action packed film set in the stunning locations of Leavenworth Washington, Castle Rocks Idaho, Red Rocks Nevada, Cody Wyoming, and Squamish British Columbia. From the hardest to the tallest the west coast has to offer, get ready to see something new.
“I would unhesitatingly recommend this film to anyone who cares about the sport of climbing, even those who don’t boulder. At an hour and a half, plus some excellent bonus material, Western Gold offers a voyage of discovery that few other films can match.” – Peter Beal
Submitted by InfinityList
Tommy Caldwell’s dad introduced him to rock climbing at the age of three—and by 16, Tommy was a world champion. For the last five years, Tommy has been attempting to climb a shear 3000-foot rock face that many consider the most difficult free climb ever attempted. How do you stay motivated on such a climb? See how Tommy brings the encouragement of his friends, family and fans along for the ride.
Submitted by Max
Garmin presents VIRB, the go-anywhere-endure-anything 1080p action camera with: built-in color ChromaTM display for setup and playback, 2000mAh battery (up to 3 hours of HD recording), and a 16 MP image sensor. And it’s all rugged and rarin’ to go, right out of the box. Learn more at www.garmin.com/VIRB
Submitted by Antoine:
The 2011 REEL ROCK Film Tour brought the year’s best climbing and adventure flicks to over 250 cities around the world. Now available on DVD and HD download at REELROCKTOURdotcom. Featuring six award-winning films from Big UP Productions, Sender Films, and more: The race for the Nose speed record; A nine year old bouldering prodigy; Tommy Caldwell’s epic mission to free the Dawn Wall; Andy Lewis’ crazed slacklining and BASE jumping antics; The wildest ice climbing ever done; And a near-disastrous winter ascent of an 8,000 meter peak. Music: Crack Corn by Ki Theory and Huffy Ten Speed by Body Language.