Many of the world’s top boulderers are there sending so many hard problems it’s hard to keep up.
Alex Johnson has signed on with the Trango climbing team and hopes to expand on her abilities as one of America’s top female boulderers.
Seb Bouin has done the first ascent of the Kmira project at Pic St. Loup, France.
Ramon Julian Puigblanque (ESP) and Mina Markovic (SLO) won Gold on Sunday at the first 2015 Lead World Cup event in Chamonix, France.
Both lead and speed categories took place with notably impressive results coming from Dallas’ Team Texas, Seattle’s Vertical World Climbing Team, and Boulder’s Team ABC.
Daniel Wood has done a new V15 in Rocklands, South Africa called Spray of Light.
Gabri went for volume on his trip and came away with thirty V11 or harder problems.
Paul Robinson is back in South Africa visiting the Three Corners area where he’s established numerous first ascents including a new V14.
Niky Ceria spent most of winter/spring 2015 in Fontainebleau, France amassing a huge tick list of hard problems.
A significant chunk of rock has reportedly fallen from the Regular Northwest Face of Half Dome, drastically altering the nature of one of Yosemite’s most popular and famous big wall trade routes.