26 Sep 11 at 11 pm


Andy Mann on (?) The Web (5.13c), Eldorado Canyon, Colorado.


Andy Mann on (?) The Web (5.13c), Eldorado Canyon, Colorado.
12 Sep 11 at 2 pm


Alex Honnold on sport climbing, life and climbing in general. What an awesome dude!

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VIDEO PROFILE: BD athlete Alex Honnold 5.13 sport climbing at Phalanx of Will, Arizona from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.

07 Sep 11 at 12 pm


A Fine Line Trailer

looks to be an awesome short film, i’ll let the trailer explain the rest.

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Dev - Atari (by Teacozy Design & Photography)
16 Aug 11 at 4 pm


I am finally back in NY after a month of shooting footage for the 365 Challenge fundraiser…we have a LOT of editing that needs to be done, but I will trickle out little clips here and there…please enjoy and stay tuned because we are just getting started!

If you haven’t checked out this blog, I *highly* reccomend it! They’re doing something pretty remarkable.

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08 Aug 11 at 6 pm

Red Rock Canyon, outside of Las Vegas, NV, is renowned world-wide for its top-quality climbing and the sense of wilderness that makes climbing at Red Rocks an adventure. Red Rocks’ natural beauty is in danger of forever being diminished by the “Gypsum Reclamation Concept Plan” (GRCP), a massive development at a former 2,500 acre gypsum mine known as Blue Diamond Hill.

The GRCP is a high density multi-use plan to construct a small city for approximately 22,000 people, complete with 7,200 multi-family residences, education facilities, retail stores, and related amenities that will forever diminish the natural beauty and sense of adventure at Red Rocks. The proposed location, Blue Diamond Hill, is clearly visible from all major formations at Red Rock Canyon.

On Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 9:00 am, the Clark County Commissioners meet to approve or deny the massive development proposal. Your input is required to help save Red Rocks.

The most important things climbers can do are submit comments opposing the plan and attend the meeting on August 17th at the Clark County Government Center, Commission Chambers, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89155 (702-455-4431). Let the commissioners know how important it is to preserve the rural nature of Red Rock Canyon.

For more information, visit saveredrock.com.

Use the letter-writing tool below to send a letter to the Clark County Commissioners urging them to deny the “Gypsum Reclamation Concept Plan.

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Save Red Rock Canyon from Development - Access Fund