Once upon a time, not so long ago, in a magical land far far way, in Paris, lived one of the last hopes of regional rock climbing associations for parisens: Roc14. Dark were the days when there were no rock climbing clubs in Paris-region run by the city hall. Thanks to Roc14, and a handful of other clubs, some of the most talented rock climbers will be saved and the world shall live to see their potential bloom gloriously like the lily of the valley. This is the story of 10 young (well, may be not all of them) men and women from Roc14 who, having trained hard on the sacred rocks in the mecca of sandstone bouldering (Fontainebleau), took a brave journey across and beyond the mystical lands, millions and trillions of feet from Paris, in search of the secret mecca of granite bouldering. It was rumored to be safely hidden and hugely guarded in the lush and beautiful forest of chestnut trees and pine trees across giant mountains and snow-covered peaks, by the people who spoke a very strange tongue and ate a very different type of fondue. Their mission: to seek the infamous boulder problem, “Dreamtime”, the first 8c (downgraded to 8b+) climbed by the Swiss mutant, slow rock climber from the old generation Frédéric Julien Nicole (fondly known as Fred Nicole) about 11 years ago, and hopefully try and hang on the only jug of the problem.