Synopsis: Moving Over Stone, Doug’s instructional-inspirational video about climbing—featuring Lynn Hill, Peter Croft, John Bachar, Todd Skinner, Dale Bard, Bobbi Bensman, Jerry Moffatt and Stephen Glowacz—is the best-selling “rock video” of the early Stone age. The original VHS tape (what’s that, Dad?) came out in 1988, and we just released the 25th Anniversary Edition on DVD.
It’s a classic, and it’s still really current. For gym climbers who are interested in transitioning to real rock, it is invaluable.
Doug Robinson is a professional mountaineer known internationally for his climbing, guiding and backcountry skiing, as well as his poetic writings about the mountains and why we climb them. Closely identified with California’s High Sierra, Doug has been called “the modern John Muir.”
“Moving Over Stone was a breakthrough video for climbers 25 years ago, but the lessons it taught remain relevant.
…Every climber should watch it.“ - Duane Raleigh, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Rock and Ice and Ascent magazines
Rock & Ice - TNB: Moving Over Stone With Doug Robinson - Duane Raleigh -