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Video and Photo Gallery: Mammut Athletes in the Peak District

© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Earlier in the year the Mammut team of athletes hit the Peak District and racked up an impressive list of ascents. The group were guided by gritstone climbing legend Johnny Dawes and the Mammut climbers were David Lama, Alex Johnson, Anna Stoehr, Jakob Schubert, Cedric Lachat and Magnus Midtboe

The trip was documented on video and in photographs, which are shown below.

VIDEO: Mammut team trip - Peak District 2010

PHOTO GALLERY: Mammut team trip - Peak District 2010

Mammut hit the Peak: David Lama, Alex Johnson, Anna Stoehr, Jakob Schubert, Cedric Lachat, Magnus Midtboe  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Mammut hit the Peak: David Lama, Alex Johnson, Anna Stoehr, Jakob Schubert, Cedric Lachat, Magnus Midtboe
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

Johnny Dawes being interviewed in the Peak District. Johnny acted as a guide to the Mammut team.  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Johnny Dawes being interviewed in the Peak District. Johnny acted as a guide to the Mammut team.
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

The Mammut team tackle Offspring (E5 6b) at Burbage South  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
The Mammut team tackle Offspring (E5 6b) at Burbage South
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

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Cedric Lachat on the lower section of Master's Edge, Millstone (E7 6b)
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

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David Lama on the classic finger crack of London Wall (E5 6a) at Millstone
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

David Lama takes the lob off Parthian Shot (E9 6c) at Burbage South  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
David Lama takes the lob off Parthian Shot (E9 6c) at Burbage South
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Anna Stoehr bouldering the classic Technical Master at Millstone  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Anna Stoehr bouldering the classic Technical Master at Millstone
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
David Lama making shapes on the super-technical Messiah (E6 6c) Burbage South  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
David Lama making shapes on the super-technical Messiah (E6 6c) Burbage South
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Cedric Lachat on the desperately bouldery Samson (E6 7a), Burbage South  © Visual Impact | Rainer Eder
Cedric Lachat on the desperately bouldery Samson (E6 7a), Burbage South
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder

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Johnny Dawes - a British climbing legend
© Visual Impact | Rainer Eder


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31 Dec, 2010
Don't suppose you know who the Mammut photographer is? Some excellent shots in there.
31 Dec, 2010
3...2....1.... chalk rant..
31 Dec, 2010
Small typo on one caption: "Master's Edge Edge" Awesome shots, really inspiring, looks like a tour of the Hard Grit classics!
31 Dec, 2010
Did anybody have to explain the name 'Rowley Birkin QC'? You'd have to be very,... very... drunk.
31 Dec, 2010
Beautifully shot and editted, particularly liked the helicopter cam shots. Did anyone else find the johnny Dawes interviews incredibly annoying? Rather than providing context to the climbs he seemed to need to justify something (I'm not sure what) by flagging off mountaineering, sport climbing, climbing anything but grit. I thought this ruined it, especially as one of the clips at the end made it clear that the other climbers had virtually never climbed trad and are generally sports climbers. The need to put one form of climbing above another really annoys me and does nothing to help further the development of our sport. <rant over> Tom
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