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Two weeks in Magic Wood, Switzerland, in the search for some of the best bouldering on the planet.

“The film shows the trials and tribulations of projecting whilst giving an insight into the fun that can be had on a bouldering trip with friends,” says
John Thornton. “It’s not just a ‘look at how well we climb’ video.

“With this film we aimed to inspire climbers of all ages/abilities but especially younger climbers to get psyched, travel, have fun, and climb at some
of the best bouldering destinations in the world.”

Climbers:

William Buck

John Thornton

Joe Swales

Nathan Phillips

James Turnbull

Video by Supreme Odyssey