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La Culture d’entreprise

Black Diamond n’est pas comme la plupart des entreprises — et c’est pour cette raison que nous avons choisi de travailler pour cette société. Nous habitons et travaillons en montagne, ce qui nous permet d’aller skier avant notre journée de travail et d’aller grimper ensuite... Nous passons nos journées à concevoir et à fabriquer le meilleur matériel d’escalade, de ski et de randonnée au monde. Et de plus, nous pouvons amener nos chiens au bureau. N’est-ce pas génial ? Plongez dans ces récits pour comprendre ce qui nous anime et motive notre processus de création, et pourquoi Black Diamond est plus qu’un simple lieu de travail.

La playlist spécial entraînement de Colette McInerney
Une playlist pour grimper ? L’athlète BD Colette McInerney nous fait partager les titres qui la boostent à l’entraînement.
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Le projet au Brésil
En décembre dernier, quatre athlètes BD sont allés au Brésil où ils ont collaboré avec le Centro Urbana Escalada et aidé les enfants en difficulté du quartier en les emmenant grimper avec eux.
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Hazel Findlay’s Mental Training Series: Part 2—Demystifying Flow
BD Global Athlete Hazel Findlay talks to the flow guru in Part 2 of her Mental Training Series.
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Hang Right : Les douleurs au coude chez les grimpeurs
Dans le second chapitre de leur série Hang Right, les kinésithérapeutes Esther Smith et Katey Blumenthal identifient les causes de douleurs au coude persistantes chez les grimpeurs et nous expliquent que faire.
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Tobin Seagel: Protect Our Winters
BD Athlete Tobin Seagel believes we can turn climate change around. Here’s how.
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Copp-Dash Inspired: Whitney Clark’s Himalayan Exploration
Whitney Clark and Crystal Davis-Robbins won the Copp-Dash Inspire Award for their vision to explore 6,000-meter peaks of Kishtwar. This is their story.
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ROCK Project: Our Athletes are Committed and Here's Why
As this year’s ROCK Project tour comes to a successful close, our Athletes and Ambassadors explain why being involved in this movement is so important.
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Colette McInerney: Get Psyched on the Women's Climbing Festival
BD Ambassador Colette McInerney explains why you need to attend this year’s Women’s Climbing Festival.
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Jordan White: Skiing the 13ers of Colorado's Elk Mountains
Black Diamond Ambassador Jordan White has climbed and skied every 14er in Colorado. Now he’s set his sights on the rugged 13ers in the Elk Mountains.
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Adam Ondra: Dispatches from Yosemite
Tune in here for exclusive Yosemite updates from BD Ambassador Adam Ondra.
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Yosemite Facelift: The Camp 4 Scrub
This fall, Black Diamond athletes and employees joined a record-breaking 750 people to participate in the 13th annual Yosemite Facelift, where we rapped for trash and gave the Camp 4 boulders a well-deserved scrub.
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Adam Ondra: School is Out and the Dawn Wall is Calling
Black Diamond Ambassador Adam Ondra admits that there’s one major hole in his climbing resume. “I’m a little ashamed that I haven’t been to Yosemite yet,” he told BD. But that’s about to change. Ondra rolled through our global headquarters in Salt Lake City on his way to the Valley and gave us the low-down on his Yosemite plans…
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Adam Ondra Preps for Yosemite in SLC
Black Diamond Ambassador Adam Ondra stopped through Salt Lake City on his way to Yosemite Valley to tour Black Diamond’s headquarters and crank on the local boulders.
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Copp-Dash Inspired: Craig Muderlak’s Alaskan Adventure
At Black Diamond, we’re passionate about empowering climbers to not only push their limits in the mountains, but to also share their stories of inspiration when they come home. That’s why we sponsor the Copp-Dash Inspire Award. Established in the memory of Jonny Copp and Micah Dash—two leading alpinists, BD brothers and storytellers who lost their lives in the mountains in 2009—the award is a way to keep their vision alive. Craig Muderlak, a filmmaker, artist and climber, won the 2016 Copp-Dash award to document a rowdy plan to put up first ascents in Alaska … but that was only half of the story. His team would also travel by homemade skis, burn ‘em to lose the weight and then pack raft back to civilization. This is his story, told with the help of artwork he created after his adventure.
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Live.Ski.Repeat
We’re all looking for something out there. Success, happiness, meaning, the perfect line—call it what you want. Where is it hiding? And how far will you go to find it? Watch why we Live.Ski.Repeat.
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LIVE.SKI.REPEAT
A tribute to the skiing life.
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#LIVECLIMBREPEAT
A tribute to the climbing life.
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BD brings the Stoke to the 2014 Damascus Trail Days
Black Diamond Sports Marketing Coordinator Holly Hansen reports from the nation's biggest annual hiking festival, Damascus Trail Days in Damascus, Virginia.
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The Window
The essence of climbing in Patagonia isn’t the waiting or the weather. It’s the Window—a fleeting snippet of perfect conditions that allows for some of the most high-quality alpine climbing on the planet.
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2014 Bouldering & Sport Climbing Digital Catalog is now live
With stunning images and video from the climbing epicenter of Ticino, Switzerland, the 2014 Bouldering and Sport Climbing digital catalog is here, along with a hand-selected kit of essential gear for the blocs and the cliffs.
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Utah climbers raise $18K for Salt Lake Climbers Alliance
On June 12th, the 5th Annual Salt Lake Climbers Alliance fundraiser party, held at BD headquarters, raised $18,000 for climbing access and education initiatives.
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A Question of Risk: Samuel Anthamatten
Continuing our discussion with the world’s top climbers and skiers on the risks inherent to their passions, competitive freeride skier, climber and mountain guide Samuel Anthamatten weighs in.
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A Question of Determination: The Gender Gap
In Argentina, the mountains' close proximity does not always mean easy access, especially for women. Brigid Mander explores the cultural factors that affect the female faction of Argentina's greatest skiers.
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Patagonian Dispatch: The Power of Empanadas
Probars? Energy chews? Gels? Nah. In this dispatch from Patagonia, Black Diamond Content Editor Andy Anderson reports on the breakfast of champions for the austral summer climbing season. 
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Bouldering in Namibia: Nils Favre's Quest for Quality
Namibia has its share of wildlife and sand dunes, but, until recently, it remained lacking in quality bouldering problems. This year a Belgian-Swiss team arrived in the South African country, seeking a trip off the beaten path.
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Make it Really Big: Rolo Garibotti
BD athlete Rolando Garibotti is a climber and mountain guide who has set speed records and made first ascents around the world, but his heart remains in the jagged granite peaks of Argentina’s Chaltén massif.
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Groups We Support: Mammoth Medical Missions
Black Diamond is proud to support Mammoth Medical Missions, a non-profit organization training and sending fast-response, minimalist medical teams to disaster areas, underserved populations and austere environments.
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Little Cottonwood Canyon: The Home Crag
Whether it's five minutes from home or four hours away, a classic destination or a scrappy outcropping that no one has ever heard of, everyone has a home crag. Little Cottonwood Canyon is ours.
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2014 Cragging Digital Catalog is now live
Showcasing the natural beauty of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, the 2014 Cragging Digital Catalog features photos, video and a selection of gear for the variety of granite adventures found in our humble home crag.
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Sierra Club’s Military Outings Program lays siege to Hyalite
BD employee Dennis Connors and BD athlete Conrad Anker siege Hyalite Canyon with the Sierra Club’s Military Outings Program.
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BD mourns the loss of alpinist Chad Kellogg
The Black Diamond family would like to send their deepest condolences to the family and friends of alpine climber Chad Kellogg, who was killed by rockfall last Friday while rappelling Cerro Fitz Roy in Patagonia. Chad was a close friend and climbing partner to some of us here, and a huge inspiration to many others. He will be remembered not only for his prolific resume of alpine climbs and first ascents throughout the world, but for his truly genuine nature, infectious energy and unequivocal passion for exploring high places. Rest in peace, Chad.
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A Question of Risk: Joe Kinder
BD athlete, 5.14 climber and route developer Joe Kinder discusses the emotional risks of high-end sport climbing in this installment of our video series on risk.
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Chin-Deep in Japan
This Japanuary, Matt and Agnes Hage explored Japan, going deep in the powder all day before dipping into local hot pools, known as onsen, each night. Slowly, they learned the dos and don'ts of the Japanese aprés culture.
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Genyen: The Journey
Dave Anderson and Szu-ting Yi's five-part journey through the culture and challenges of China's Genyen Massif.
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A Question of Risk: Drew Hardesty
In the seventh installment to our video series on risk, Utah Avalanche Center Forecaster, Jenny Lake Climbing Ranger and skier Drew Hardesty talks risk and how the euphoria of powder can change your life.
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