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Moon Board Launch at The Climbing Academy

The Moon Board Launch night is the 20th April, 5pm - 10pm, and is for anyone who wants to come and try out the Moon Board first or learn a bit more about it.   Ben Moon will also be down so it's a great opportunity to climb alongside him!   Few more details on [...]

By | April 15th, 2016|Bouldering, Bristol Climbing Events|0 Comments

Why are people swapping the Gym for Indoor rock Climbing or Bouldering?

Over the last 10 years, indoor rock climbing, or more specifically indoor bouldering (rope-less climbing over a safety mat) has exploded onto the mainstream. Attached to this hype are people, lots and lots of people. People of all ages, from all walks of life are joining climbing centres across the country, with many new centres [...]

By | February 5th, 2016|Articles, Bouldering, Climbing|0 Comments

Topout Media hits the ground running

Topout Media have released their first video, it is safe to say it's beautiful, well filmed and been an successful project. We are already looking forward to the next, don't make us wait too long. https://vimeo.com/146370910 A Topout Media production from Max Ayrton & Alex Shaw A short bouldering film. A collection of recommended problems, [...]

By | December 8th, 2015|Bristol Climbing News|0 Comments

Corporate Team Comp at Bloc

Bloc Climbing are hosting another event this week, this time there are hosting a corporate team climbing competition. Teams of 3 are competing to take the trophy and the title from Dyson. The competition is being held on Friday the 23rd of October from 6.30pm.

By | October 24th, 2015|Bristol Climbing News|0 Comments

Shextreme film festival: Female representation in extreme sports

Shextreme.tv recently held the first ever female film festival. Ruth the founder asked me to be a part of a group panel discussion with the topic being the representation of women in extreme sport and how to even the landscape of the media. The whole night was fantastic, it was full of talented women from [...]

By | October 16th, 2015|Climbing|0 Comments

VIDEO: Matt Cox completes his DWS project Adrenachrome at Lulworth (8a)

https://youtu.be/OwpPaSmFRHw

How to climb the 4 most asked about competition problems at Bloc

After the recent competition at Bloc (9/9/15). I recorded myself climbing all the problems with the intention of releasing the videos to help out all those struggling with the solutions. However life got the better of me, it got really busy and I actually forgot I had produced them, I was tempted to leave them unseen [...]

By | October 5th, 2015|Climbing, Climbing Videos|0 Comments

Matt Cox completes Adrenochrome 8a (Deep water solo “Ground up”)

Matt Cox (Sponsored by RedChili) has done it again, in between working hard, creating babies and not much climbing, has, after a few visits completed the Deepwater solo climb Adrenochrome which goes at the solid grade of 8a. Not only did Matt complete Adrenochrome, a must do project of his, he did it "ground up" or I suppose [...]

By | September 27th, 2015|Climbing, Climbing Videos, Deep Water Soloing|0 Comments

ClimbUp (Official Press Release) – changing lives for the better through climbing

New Bristol based charity kicks off with great promise. ClimbUp Bristol is an idea inspired by a group of local climbers to give young people in danger of social exclusion a route back into mainstream life. Visit us at @ www.climbup.org.uk The charity offers students one to one mentoring from an experienced climber, the simple [...]

By | September 25th, 2015|Bristol Climbing News|0 Comments

ClimbUp gets going (Official Press Release)

New Bristol based charity kicks off with great promise. ClimbUp Bristol is an idea inspired by a group of local climbers to give young people in danger of social exclusion a route back into mainstream life. Visit us at @ www.climbup.org.uk The charity offers students one to one mentoring from an experienced climber, the simple [...]

By | September 25th, 2015|Bristol Climbing News|0 Comments