Paul Robinson on the first ascent of a new hard boulder in Colorado.
Mélissa Le Nevé has done the first female ascent of Wallstreet, the world’s first 34/5.14b, in Frankenjura, Germany.
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Jimmy Webb and friends (Arjan de Kok features as one of the lost boys too) hunt for an elusive boulder in Fontainebleau.
Alex Luger, 26, of Voralberg, Austria, has completed the first ascent of a cutting-edge, trad testpiece at his home crag of Bürser Platte.
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After a second confirmed 36/9a onsight, Adam Ondra continued on to send two 36’s (9a’s) and one 37 (9a+) in Spain.
David Wade, Evan Margettsm Elzanne Robinson and Joshua McNally did a climbing trip (and some interesting gear testing) at De Hoek Nature Reserve half an hour from Oudtshoorn tucked away in the Swartberg mountains.
Andrew Pedley on the first Ascent of his route Double Dragon (33/8B+) in Narrow Kloof, South Africa.
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Disadvantaged Kids Climbing Day – Western Cape Climbing is organising an event with the MCSA and CityROCK Climbing Gym for Sunday 18th May for children from Monde Walks and hopefully two orphanages from the Western Cape (Holy Cross Orphanage and Marsh Memorial Home).
In the summer of 2013, Mike Libecki, Ethan Pringle, and Liv Sansoz traveled to the remote Tian Shan Mountains near the border of China and Kyrgyzstan. The team established one of the most unique multi-pitch climbs in the region.
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Adam Ondra is known as one of the best sport climbers in the world. But what if he went to England and needed to run it out on Gritstone?