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    ShAFF Online Monthly #3 - CLIMB

    CLIMB brings together three great new climbing films from around the world in one 110 minute programme. This unique curation combines the feature length Valhalla alongside L'escalade Libérée and Ocea...

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    ShAFF Online Monthly #3 - CLIMB

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    Three of the best new climbing films from around the world, celebrating the past, present and future. Watch as Antoine Le Menestrel takes us on a magically nostalgic trip down memory lane to the birth of French sport climbing at Buoux. We are then treated to a dose of pure adventure-climbing as three friends travel to Baffin Island. Finally we are sucked into the monumental project that Edu Marin set himself in bolting the largest roof climb in the world, a modern test piece which will test future climbers like nothing else.

    L'escalade Libérée is 22 mins long.
    Antoine Le Menestrel, former high-level climber, tells us with sincerity and sensitivity, his history at the cliff of Buoux, France and his vision of climbing today.

    Ocean To Asgard is 34 mins long.
    Four friends travel to Baffin Island for a forty-day human-powered adventure, featuring bigwall first ascents, whitewater paddle descents, and wild Arctic flamingos.

    Vaklhalla is 53 mins long.
    Edu Marin had a dream: climb the largest roof in the world... why not? After 50 days of setting, 300 bolts, 600m static rope, 380m of route with 150m pure roof and 10h non-stop of climbing in the definitive try..... he sent it!

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    ShAFF Online Monthly #3 - CLIMB

    Three of the best new climbing films from around the world, celebrating the past, present and future. Watch as Antoine Le Menestrel takes us on a magically nostalgic trip down memory lane to the birth of French sport climbing at Buoux. We are then treated to a dose of pure adventure-climbing as three friends travel to Baffin Island. Finally we are sucked into the monumental project that Edu Marin set himself in bolting the largest roof climb in the world, a modern test piece which will test future climbers like nothing else.

    L'escalade Libérée is 22 mins long.
    Antoine Le Menestrel, former high-level climber, tells us with sincerity and sensitivity, his history at the cliff of Buoux, France and his vision of climbing today.

    Ocean To Asgard is 34 mins long.
    Four friends travel to Baffin Island for a forty-day human-powered adventure, featuring bigwall first ascents, whitewater paddle descents, and wild Arctic flamingos.

    Vaklhalla is 53 mins long.
    Edu Marin had a dream: climb the largest roof in the world... why not? After 50 days of setting, 300 bolts, 600m static rope, 380m of route with 150m pure roof and 10h non-stop of climbing in the definitive try..... he sent it!

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