Climbing video: New Zealand and Australia through the eyes of Charlotte Durif and Josh Larson
Sport climbing in New Zealand and Australia, as seen through the eyes of Charlotte Durif and Josh Larson. The climbers are currently on their ‘A World Less Traveled’ trip discovering the lesser-known climbing areas of 18 countries on 6 continents.
We left Charlotte Durif and Josh Larson last January in Greece and Serbia, after the first two stages of their 18-month climbing trip in search of the lesser known crags in 18 countries on 6 continents.
Time obviously flies at the speed of light for them, too, and after visiting Australia and New Zealand they have traveled to Puerto Rico, Brazil and Peru. As always they’re driven to establish new climbs - currently they are bolting new routes at 4200 m in Peru - but the time has now come to sit back and remember what they got up to in Oceania.
Climbing areas visited
New Zealand: Little Babylon, Wye Creek, Castle Hill & Flock Hill, Mt. Cook bouldering area, Mount Aspiring
Australia: Bundaleer, Muline, Taipan Wall, Spurt all in the Grampians
Grampians || A World Less Traveled