The legendary Hanshelleren Cave in Flatanger, Norway, gained worldwide attention in the climbing community when Adam Ondra established two of the world’s hardest routes there. This year Joe Kinder decided that he had to see the cave for himself.
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A relatively unknown Dutch flatlander named Jorg Verhoeven had established a 180-foot 5.14 in the belly of a cave in Northern Norway that looked deep enough to house a supermarket.
After 5 days of cleaning, one of the funnest routes in Rifle was born: the very gymnastic and steep Garbage Pail Kids (8c).”
In early October 2013, professional climber Joe Kinder cut down two juniper trees, one alive and one dead, in Tahoe, California…
Joe Kinder talks about a few of the things he never heads to the crag without.
Rifle may have seen its hardest route go down this past weekend.
Joe Kinder sends Tiger Blood 5.14c (8c+) & Adam Ondra making the first ascent of Chaxi Raxi (9b) at Oliana, Spain.
Joe Kinder completed a new route at the Blank Wall in Utah, naming it Tiger Blood and suggesting 5.14c.
Joe Kinder finished another hard Rifle, Colorado, project yesterday with Waka Flocka Flame (5.14c), a link-up that starts on Waka Flocka (5.14b) and leads into Living the Dream (5.14a).