/ Patagonia Big Wall Video

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C coldwell-storry - on 20 May 2012
After a rather easy epic less jaunt up the Reticent Wall on El Cap me and my best mate Neil decided that we should man up and head south to bust some moves on the colder more remote Patagonian big walls. It sure was an Adventure!!!

My aim with this video was to inspire, inspire whoever watched it to go out and 'Get After it' Not just climbers but everybody with a passion!!

http://www.vimeo.com/41232209

I hope you enjoy it.

callum

WARNING: VIDEO HAS BAD LANGUAGE......A LOT :D
robaj - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Nice video! Looks like a lot of fun. Shame you didn't get that falling block on camera...everyone loves a good epic! Did you have to ab on those shoddy looking "ropes"?
Liam Taylor - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold: shit video!!! i thought this one was much more inspiring....

http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67056
camalins - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Top stuff Callum and Neil. I was definitely inspired.
gcandlin - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Did what it said on the tin lads...Inspired. Nice one.

Gareth
C coldwell-storry - on 20 May 2012
In reply to robaj:
> (In reply to crcold)
Did you have to ab on those shoddy looking "ropes"?

Yep.It sucked.

dan tipper - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold: looks epic :D
Enty - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

How much did I enjoy watching that? Almost brought a tear to my eye.

I was hanging round in the Valley when you guys were on The Reticent.

Yay!!!

E
Caspar - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Very nicely done.
eddy-on-the-rocks - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Awesome! Loved it thank you for putting it up.
Jonathan Lagoe - UKC - on 20 May 2012
Olli-C - on 20 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Crazy video, really inspiring!! How did you manage to get down after the rockfall and how badly injured was Neil's leg?

JoshOvki on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Absolutely incredible
squicky - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: I saw your log in the park mountaineering book. Think you're the only ascensionists of anything this year...! Love the video.
Ragingpossum on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Excellent video guys, glad you made it home safe and keep the adventures coming!
stumbler555 - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: standard jolly boy antics. well done lads.
Calder - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Top stuff! Well done.
metal arms on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

> I hope you enjoy it.
>

Brilliant. Thanks for this. Definitely enjoyed it. Loved the 'why didn't I go to the beach for a few months' bit!

Chris
Ben Briggs - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Great video... Makes me want to learn to aid climb!
SCC - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Great video - the shot of the ropes at the end is scary enough, never mind abbing on them!!

Si
Voltemands - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: amazing.
jacobjlloyd - on 21 May 2012
In reply to crcold: Thanks for that. Really good to see. Spurred me upstairs for some training
Jim Walldog on 22 May 2012 - c-24-9-62-62.hsd1.co.comcast.net
Callum and Neil's tale reveals the true meaning of frontier adventure. Entirely self-funded, two young lads with poor equipment and a thriving passion for the unknown embark on a wild journey to make their dreams a reality. Climbing across the fine line between adventure and misadventure, they return as grown men with one almighty story to tell the future grandkids. This is everything that climbing should be about.
Oceanic - on 22 May 2012
In reply to crcold:

Is that Callum Storry as in Terry Storry's son?
C coldwell-storry - on 22 May 2012
In reply to Oceanic:
> (In reply to crcold)

> Is that Callum Storry as in Terry Storry's son?


Yes it is mate.


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