Been back to work for about 2 weeks now and I'm already ready for another roadtrip! 😋 Chasing rock in the summet is a lot more fun. Definitely stoked for some shoulder season adventures with fall colors and crisp autumn air though. Favorite season fo sho 🍂🍁
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You cannot succeed if you don’t to fail. I usually post my solved problem vids but I have tons of problems which I never solved. On these two problems I came very close to top it, but it was still so far away.
Video 1-3 is a red problem which starts of overhanging and progresses into a straight up wall. The holds consists of crimps, pinches and slopers. During my first session I managed to do almost all moves individually except one (vid 1). I got some betas and the best one was to bump with my left hand (vid 2). In two sessions I was able to do all moves. However I have spent almost 6 sessions on it and I could not hold the sloper from the start. And after session 4 I couldn’t get that sloper move individually anymore. I never knew why but in video 3 is the whole boulder cut into one vid (except for the last move which I don’t have on film). Problem was graded as 7a+ v7.
Video 4 is a red slab problem. I just could not do the last move. Super bad slopers on top and the middle section. Cool problem eventhough it’s not my style I am starting to appreciate slab climbing. (Note the video is also cut into one vid to give you all a perspective of all the moves in the boulder). Problem was graded as 7a+ v7.