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    The World's Hardest Dry Tooling Route

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    Storm Giant

    Directed by Jon Glassberg 2017 13 min
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    Outdoor Research and Petzl present the Louder Than Eleven film "Storm Giant" featuring Gordon McArthur and his battle with the world's hardest dry tooling route. Join Gord and his partner Noah as they spend 2 years developing, working, training, and establishing what could be the most difficult dry tooling climb ever completed. 80 meters of horizontal roof climbing make this monster of a cave outside of Fernie, British Columbia one of the most impressive first ascents out there.

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    Storm Giant

    Outdoor Research and Petzl present the Louder Than Eleven film "Storm Giant" featuring Gordon McArthur and his battle with the world's hardest dry tooling route. Join Gord and his partner Noah as they spend 2 years developing, working, training, and establishing what could be the most difficult dry tooling climb ever completed. 80 meters of horizontal roof climbing make this monster of a cave outside of Fernie, British Columbia one of the most impressive first ascents out there.

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