Alex Biale spent more than 30 days over 10 months working on Whispers of Wisdom (V10) in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Here's the footage of his send.


Previous Comments

man. i resisted the urge say anything, but just can't help myself.'re disgruntled. if you are going to take the time and energy to to complain, try to be respectful. i just did a little google search for "whispers of wisdom v10" bc i want to drive all the way up there, then hike all the way up, and i'm a pretty lazy guy. the thought of going up there 30 times over the course of a year, and still staying amped.. kudos to Alex and his homies. that is impressive as hell. got caught up reading goofy comments and haven't even checked out the video. hopefully it will provide me with some good beta and i will send.

theDudeAbides - 07/05/2013 11:57:28

now i get it.. crap quality video, ho hum problem cut off and not even fully filmed, terrible editing (oh sorry no editing, even worse!), no panning, no zooming, no cuts, so the focus must be the fact that it's a Climbing Employee... at least advertise it that way rather then act like we're back two decades ago and this is cool or a good video. And khu - sorry dude, don't know what ur talking about as I don't go to gyms. You obviously spend a little too much time at them. . . and Jason I'm chill, just offended this explicit video was posted on a site my children visit.

Mojo - 07/03/2013 7:00:22

Does Climbing Mag throw up a video every time one of its employees crushes a personal project? Good personal send, but not something that should be anywhere on this site.

Rob - 07/02/2013 5:46:15

Clearly climbing is not Mojo's priority. You must be the one in the gym that has to push through people flash their projects like it's the only feasible route in the gym. And you need a crowd too. And you probably gel your hair before you climb...

khu - 07/02/2013 12:20:53

Grades and offensive language aside, I'm applauded at the low production quality and would like to know why this was published. Yes, people pushing their personal limits is cool, but to me it seemed like the subject of the film was the girl in the back on her iPhone. You don't see him pulling what sounds like the crux moves (certainly hear it though) and there isn't much aesthetic quality to the video either. I'm all for good footage of locals and average climbers pushing their limits (even if it's not remarkable by today's standards), but production quality should still be considered if it's being published by a magazine.

Brendan - 07/01/2013 6:42:48

MoJo, get over it, who gives a fuck. And V10 is still cool, in fact, people climbing at and pushing their own personal limit is cool. Chill the fuck out and grow up, stop wasting your time being a douchebag troll that just talks shit about online climbing videos... seems kinda lame on your behalf. Go climbing. Fuck!

Jason - 07/01/2013 1:56:29

No to mention V10 was cool in like 1990...

Mojo - 07/01/2013 1:04:01

This video has explicit language... "Oh Fuck Ya!" at 1:41 and 1:42.... seriously i didn't expect this and am offended that your rag is publishing videos like this... seems kinda lazy on your behalf..

MoJo - 07/01/2013 1:03:21