1. Chris Sharma climbs a Redwood tree
We know – you've climbed tons of trees. Even built tree forts. But we guarantee you've never done anything like this. Chris Sharma, sport climber extraordinaire, ascends a giant Redwood tree in California. Now that takes grip.
2. Our dynos compilation
Here's another fan favourite – the best climbing dynos we've ever seen. What's a dyno? It's when the climber loses contact with the wall on the way from one hold to the next – and it can mean some big falls. 1... 2... 3... jump!
3. Sasha DiGiulian’s first female ascent in Sardinia
Sasha DiGiulian may be young – she's just finishing her degree at Columbia University in NYC – but she has years of experience on the wall. Enough to take her up some of the hardest routes in the world for a first female ascent.
4. Alex Megos climbs Lucid Dreaming
It was his hardest and his longest project to date. It took German climber Alex Megos 11 days in 2015 to ascend Lucid Dreaming (8C/V15) on the Grandpa Peabody boulder at Buttermilks in California.
5. David Lama explores a sinkhole in Lebanon
6. David Lama and Conrad Anker climb Lunag Ri in Himalaya
There's not many unclimbed peaks left in the world – but David Lama and friends managed to find one on the Tibetan-Nepalese border. Will they climb it? Maybe one day.
7. Chris Sharma takes on El Bon Combat
Chris Sharma has some gnarly climbs to his name – but this one put up a fight. 'El Bon Combat' is rated 9A, making it one of the toughest climbs in the world, period. Sharma made the first ascent – with a lot of effort.
8. Stefan Glowacz climbs a big cave chamber in Oman
Sharma's had a lot of adventures. Here's another: climbing out of one of the world's biggest cave chambers in Oman. The project with Stefan Glowacz was an epic one – that almost had a bad finish – watch the video to see why.
9. Our deep water solo compilation
Listen, climbing hard makes you sweat. So let's take a dip... by falling in the water. Here's our best deep water solo clips. Enjoy!