Of the rock I asked for the moonVideo

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Stéphanie Bodet and Arnaud Petit climb Octogénèse a 300 m, 8a+, slab at Aiguilles de Bavella on Corsica.

Stéphanie's take on climbing is a tad more poetic than say "If you don't let go, you can't fall off!" or "Height has nothing to do with it, it is your strength that counts.", but then again, she is French.

Quite a nice video none the less!

Stéphanie Bodet is sponsored by: Julbo, La Sportiva, Patagonia, Petzl and Totem

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27 Feb, 2015
Really interesting video and a different, more mindful approach to "crush it's" in this one. I will be talking to my toes, and trying to create holds (turn them from a possibility to a reality) following this. Thanks.
27 Feb, 2015
27 Feb, 2015
Lovely. Beautiful location. Really well filmed. And a Dawesque instructional vid on slab climbing to boot.
27 Feb, 2015
Really nice vid and the commentary drew me in.
27 Feb, 2015
'As we grow older, climbing becomes more thoughtful... it's a subtle balance.' So much wisdom. This is a woman who has lived, who has not wasted her time on this planet. Mick
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