Paul Robinson continues on his global bouldering tour, leaving Rocklands, South Africa for the granite blocks of Switzerland.
Black Diamond athlete Paul Robinson is on an extended road trip in search of the world’s hardest boulder problems. His first stop on his global tour is the famed Rocklands of South Africa. Below is Paul’s first report, including a photo of Black Eagle, a Fred Nicole problem that had some key grips break and Paul re-established as a V14.
The first trip is going to be 2 months spent in South Africa. I have been to South Africa in the past and managed to climb many of the established lines of the area. My goal for this trip is to find a new area and establish as many amazing hard climbs as I possibly can. There is no limit to new development in Rocklands and my fingers are sweating already about the adventure ahead in just one weeks time.