Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Times are a changin'

 Its been a few weeks now since we got back to the home crib and we've just about got back into the swing of Peak life. Autumn is definitely fully here now with colder mornings, the nights closing in as well as having to deal with freezing fingers at the crag! Me and Ed spent a weekend checking out a few lines away from the crowds a short while ago and sent a knarly rig on Garage at Stoney called The Big Apple, 8a before we cruised over to do Tomb Raider, another 8a just around the corner from the Tor. If you want something different and a bit new then go seek them out, you deffo won't be queueing for these!

We kicked off the grit season at Millstone the day after doing the slabtastic 'Sniveling Sh*ts'. So stoked for the grit again, got the bug back instantly and hoping we'll be able to get plenty of stuff done over the winter.

Just spent a sick weekend partying and chillin in Hartington for Denise and Dan's 30th anniversary! Big thanks to them for putting on a great few days with plenty of music and amazing food!

        Some maniac caught prowling the grounds

Anyway guys the European Outdoor Film Festival is coming to the UK this November, for the first time and is being sponsored by Mammut. Here is a teaser of whats on show! For tickets and more information go to http://www.eoft.eu/ There looks to be some pretty stunning footage lined up and I can guarantee it will leave you feeling truly inspired.


Finally as well as all that, if you've not seen the latest trailer for the Reel Rock Tour 7 then I recommend you check it out below. This years line up looks totally radical and we are super pumped to go and see it next weekend. Our good friend and top alpinist David Falt will be visiting us for a couple of days as well, so we're hoping to get out on some grit and show the lad around.


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