Tyler Landman is one of the most insightful and talented climbers in the world, with a comprehensive climbing philosophy and practical approach. Tyler exploded onto the UK bouldering scene in 2006, at just 15 years of age, with a lightning fast ascent of Jerry Moffatt’s iconic test-piece The Ace (V13/Font 8B). The next few years saw Tyler climb some of the hardest boulder problems around the world, including Jade (V15/8C) in Rocky Mountain National Park, Practice of the Wild (V15/8C) in Magic Wood, Switzerland, and about another hundred or so V13s and 14s.
In January 2009, Tyler, along with friend and filmmaker Keith Bradbury, headed to the renowned area of Fontainebleau for two months of solid climbing. The result was an unprecedented tick-list of well over a hundred of the forest’s hardest problems and one of the greatest climbing films of all time, Between the Trees.
Tyler is a recent graduate of Wesleyan University with a degree in Neuroscience.