Dave MacLeod, the world-class Scottish all-arounder, recently got back into the bouldering game with a two week trip to Magic Wood, Switzerland.
The world classic endurance problem is 70 feet long, linking together a V9, V12, V10, and V11 out a horizontal roof just a few feet above a smooth bedrock landing.
Every once in a while the Ondra-sphere grows suspiciously quiet and I’m left wondering what he’s up to.
This excerpt, written by Alex, details the events surrounding his free solo of the Original Route (5.12b) on the Rainbow Wall near Las Vegas.
Mike Foley has climbed the hardest boulder problem at his home boulder field of Lincoln Woods, Rhode Island.
Italian Stefano Ghisolfi has claimed the first ascent of his home country’s first 5.15b route.
A suspect has been charged for the mysterious shooting of a rock climber in Ten Sleep Canyon, Wyoming just over two years ago.
Italian Niccolò Ceria has climbed the low start to Voyager (V14) at Burbage North in the UK’s Peak District.
This is her third of the grade since making a swift comeback from knee surgery over the summer.
Jain Kim (KOR) and Adam Ondra (CZE) won Gold early Sunday morning at the sixth Lead World Cup event of the 2015 season in Wujiang, China.