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Jon Glassberg

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Deep water

    Jon Glassberg (2019)

    Deep Water is a captivating exploration of fear, mentorship, and deep water soloing in panoramic Ha Long Bay, Vietnam with psicobloc pioneer Tim Emmett and competition climber Kyra Condie. Watch as Kyra learns from the master, tackles the fear of climbing high above the water, and then succeeds on one of the hardest deep water solos in Vietnam, The 'Lightning Crack' graded 5.13. A Louder Than Eleven short documentary by Jon Glassberg.

    USA / 18 min

    Deep water

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2019
    • USA
    • 18 min
    Deep Water is a captivating exploration of fear, mentorship, and deep water soloing in panoramic Ha Long Bay, Vietnam with psicobloc pioneer Tim Emmett and competition climber Kyra Condie. Watch as Kyra learns from the master, tackles the fear of climbing high above the water, and then succeeds on one of the hardest deep water solos in Vietnam, The 'Lightning Crack' graded 5.13. A Louder Than Eleven short documentary by Jon Glassberg.

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    Zodiac

    Jon Glassberg (2017)

    In November 2016, Barbara 'Babsi' Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher went to battle on one of El Capitan most formidable free routes. With some of the hardest climbing in the Yosemite Valley crammed into 16-pitches, Zodiac (5.13d) had only seen two previous free ascents—until Babsi and Jacopo showed up. The route, opened by Charlie Porter in 1972, was first free climbed by Alex and Thomas Huber in October 2003, and later, by Tommy Caldwell just two months later.

    USA / 10 min

    Zodiac

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2017
    • USA
    • 10 min
    In November 2016, Barbara 'Babsi' Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher went to battle on one of El Capitan most formidable free routes. With some of the hardest climbing in the Yosemite Valley crammed into 16-pitches, Zodiac (5.13d) had only seen two previous free ascents—until Babsi and Jacopo showed up. The route, opened by Charlie Porter in 1972, was first free climbed by Alex and Thomas Huber in October 2003, and later, by Tommy Caldwell just two months later.

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    Colorado Glow

    Jordan Shipman (2009)

    Louder Than 11 presents a Colorado bouldering epic with help from Dead Point Magazine, Friksn Clothing, Project Holds, and Revolution Climbing. Jon Glassberg and Nate Draughn are climbing in the high country when they stumble upon a mysterious meteorite crash site. They approach the impact zone to collect the debris and discover that the alien meteorite has unique powers. The residue on their hands glows and tracks their movements through space and time. Quickly Jon and Nate grab as much as they can and stuff it into their chalk bags and head to the boulders with the alien substance.

    USA / 18 min

    Colorado Glow

    Jordan Shipman

    • 2009
    • USA
    • 18 min
    Louder Than 11 presents a Colorado bouldering epic with help from Dead Point Magazine, Friksn Clothing, Project Holds, and Revolution Climbing. Jon Glassberg and Nate Draughn are climbing in the high country when they stumble upon a mysterious meteorite crash site. They approach the impact zone to collect the debris and discover that the alien meteorite has unique powers. The residue on their hands glows and tracks their movements through space and time. Quickly Jon and Nate grab as much as they can and stuff it into their chalk bags and head to the boulders with the alien substance.

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    Stomping grounds

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    Marmot PROs Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein return to America for an adventure in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado as an escape from the traveling life on the World Cup circuit. The duo spent one month bouldering in the high alpine of Rocky Mountain National Park where Katha was able to claim her first V13 (8B) and Jorg ticks some of the hardest climbs the area has to offer.

    USA / 16 min

    Stomping grounds

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 16 min
    Marmot PROs Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein return to America for an adventure in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado as an escape from the traveling life on the World Cup circuit. The duo spent one month bouldering in the high alpine of Rocky Mountain National Park where Katha was able to claim her first V13 (8B) and Jorg ticks some of the hardest climbs the area has to offer.

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    Lead Now Stop 9 - Chile

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Chile, the Lead Now team explores cliffs just outside the city of Santiago while working with local non profit VE Global. In between ascents of technical routes at El Arrayán, Paige introduces a group of young girls supported by VE Global to climbing. While learning about the challenging histories these girls have faced, Paige reflects on the past 9 months of the Lead Now Tour, recognizing that each of us can work together to support one another's ambitions.

    USA / 8 min

    Lead Now Stop 9 - Chile

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 8 min
    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Chile, the Lead Now team explores cliffs just outside the city of Santiago while working with local non profit VE Global. In between ascents of technical routes at El Arrayán, Paige introduces a group of young girls supported by VE Global to climbing. While learning about the challenging histories these girls have faced, Paige reflects on the past 9 months of the Lead Now Tour, recognizing that each of us can work together to support one another's ambitions.

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    Lead Now Stop 8 - Ecuador

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Ecuador, the Lead Now team travels throughout the country, exploring volcanoes, crater lakes, local cuisine, and new projects along the way. Amidst rolling hills, low fog, and the hum of alpacas, the land feels a bit like the setting of a fairytale. Watch Paige Claassen make the first ascent of Middle Earth (5.13d/8b) at 13,000 feet in Cajas National Park.

    USA / 10 min

    Lead Now Stop 8 - Ecuador

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 10 min
    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Ecuador, the Lead Now team travels throughout the country, exploring volcanoes, crater lakes, local cuisine, and new projects along the way. Amidst rolling hills, low fog, and the hum of alpacas, the land feels a bit like the setting of a fairytale. Watch Paige Claassen make the first ascent of Middle Earth (5.13d/8b) at 13,000 feet in Cajas National Park.

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    Lead Now Stop 7 - Turkey

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    Turkey marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Turkey, the Lead Now team finds comfort in the company of friends from home. Paige joins forces with Chris and Heather Weidner to explore the open air markets, ancient Roman ruins, and steep limestone caves of Geyikbayiri. When these two strong ladies project hard sport lines together, Heather takes down Ikarus (5.13c/8a+) and Paige completes Sarpedon (5.14a/8b+). But what happens in between send burns might surprise you!

    USA / 10 min

    Lead Now Stop 7 - Turkey

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 10 min
    Turkey marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Turkey, the Lead Now team finds comfort in the company of friends from home. Paige joins forces with Chris and Heather Weidner to explore the open air markets, ancient Roman ruins, and steep limestone caves of Geyikbayiri. When these two strong ladies project hard sport lines together, Heather takes down Ikarus (5.13c/8a+) and Paige completes Sarpedon (5.14a/8b+). But what happens in between send burns might surprise you!

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    Lead Now Stop 6 - India

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Paige Claassen and 2 of India’s strongest climbers – Tuhin Satarkar and Sandeep Kumar Maity – navigate not only heat but the cultural barriers of a country deeply rooted in tradition. In a culture where women are expected to keep the home, dress conservatively, and live under the guidance of men, a woman climbing Ganesh (5.14a/8b+) is an unexpected event.

    USA / 10 min

    Lead Now Stop 6 - India

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 10 min
    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Paige Claassen and 2 of India’s strongest climbers – Tuhin Satarkar and Sandeep Kumar Maity – navigate not only heat but the cultural barriers of a country deeply rooted in tradition. In a culture where women are expected to keep the home, dress conservatively, and live under the guidance of men, a woman climbing Ganesh (5.14a/8b+) is an unexpected event.

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    Lead Now Stop 5 - China

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Experience China's best sport climbing through the eyes of two strong ladies, Yangshuo local Xiao Ting and American Paige Claassen who seeks to raise money and awareness for the Colorado flood recovery efforts of Foothills United Way by climbing China Climb (5.14b/8c).

    USA / 9 min

    Lead Now Stop 5 - China

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 9 min
    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Experience China's best sport climbing through the eyes of two strong ladies, Yangshuo local Xiao Ting and American Paige Claassen who seeks to raise money and awareness for the Colorado flood recovery efforts of Foothills United Way by climbing China Climb (5.14b/8c).

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    Lead Now Stop 4 - Japan

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    Japan marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Learn about the culture of Japan through the eyes of both local climbers and Paige as a foreigner. From stunning scenery to unknown foods, Paige explores the customs and climbing throughout Japan and seeks to raise money and awareness for the Colorado flood relief efforts of the American Red Cross.

    USA / 9 min

    Lead Now Stop 4 - Japan

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 9 min
    Japan marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. Learn about the culture of Japan through the eyes of both local climbers and Paige as a foreigner. From stunning scenery to unknown foods, Paige explores the customs and climbing throughout Japan and seeks to raise money and awareness for the Colorado flood relief efforts of the American Red Cross.

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    Lead Now Stop 3 - Italy

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    Italy marks stop #3 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Italy, professional rock climber Paige Claassen raises awareness and money for Save the Children by making the second ascent of Art Attack, an 8c/5.14b slab in the Alps.

    USA / 11 min

    Lead Now Stop 3 - Italy

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 11 min
    Italy marks stop #3 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Italy, professional rock climber Paige Claassen raises awareness and money for Save the Children by making the second ascent of Art Attack, an 8c/5.14b slab in the Alps.

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    Lead Now Stop 2 - Russia

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    Russia marks stop #2 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Russia, professional rock climber Paige Claassen raises awareness and money for Women's World Banking by attempting the unrepeated Catharsis (5.14c), Triangular Lake's most difficult sport route.

    USA / 12 min

    Lead Now Stop 2 - Russia

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 12 min
    Russia marks stop #2 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Russia, professional rock climber Paige Claassen raises awareness and money for Women's World Banking by attempting the unrepeated Catharsis (5.14c), Triangular Lake's most difficult sport route.

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