Fri Night Vid: Nalle Hukkataival Bouldering in Finland

From the Black Diamond Vimeo Page:

Black Diamond athlete Nalle Hukkataival is from Finland and even though his global travels don't leave him much time in his homeland, he has managed to discover and establish some amazing problem hidden in the forests of Finland.

Here's an excerpt from Chuck Fryberger's latest film Core that showcases Nalle bouldering on some of Finland's hardest problems.


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21 May, 2010
Not really into bouldering and it was a nice film but how many tick marks? I know it was 8b+ but s**t a brick...
21 May, 2010
And hard to find. You can watch the movies, but there isn't as far as I know any public information about where the boulders are. I think those who have found boulders don't want too many people going there, but then there is a certain irony about making movies for the sponsors about them!
21 May, 2010
Agreed. I've see videos and photos of secret crags and find it really annoying. Climbing vids should be to inform and inspire people. If you don't want too many people to go to a place or are worried about access issues etc, then don't post a video.
21 May, 2010
The limited climbing that there was in that video was cool, a lot of weird hip hop visuals too though! Starting to think these climbing videos are going too far in the use of effects and "clever" post production techniques.
21 May, 2010
I reckon if you were climbing 8b+ and popped Nalle an email he would probably tell you where they were. I don't personally feel the need to go and try the globalist any time soon.
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