Day 2 of my takeover!
Always new climbs being added to the Red River Gorge. This route is 'Pay the Devil' in the Flat Holler area. This route was bolted by who created badbolts.com, a database to report bolts that are in need of replacement. Thanks Blake!👊
I enjoyed this day with my buddies as we tried to learn the subtle moves of this wild arete. Check it out! Photo by
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What a perfect crimp. Someone once told me that the word perfect shouldn't be used because nothing is perfect.
But when it's perfect, it's perfect 😉
Reclimbed the classics "China Beach" and "The Fly" today. Almost felt like a travel back in time to when I first did them in Oct 2012 on my big road trip with Peter through the US. Such good memories.
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Thank @ilooove.it for another amazing #klifbox with some of the most essential gear for us sport climbers, quickdraws 👊 then to top it off we got some amazing liquid chalk and a really cool roller that’s much easier to lug around than my giant foam one! Can’t wait till October to get my last kilfbox and then 2019.... so excited for the new klif club 😬👊 (which I’ve already signed up for lol)
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The black ED+ circuit in Cuisinière is the hardest circuit in Fontainebleau and despite being decades old, word has it it's never been climbed in a day.
The fact alone that the very last boulder on the circuit is the infamous slab Duel (8A) has kept it an exclusive challenge.
I found the circuit to be a real test of climbing skill - being strong will only get you so far. The boulders range between every style testing technique above all. Crimps, slopers, slabs, aretes, dynos, highballs, mantles - you have it all. Mental strength is needed on the highballs.
The point is that in order to make it through the entire circuit you need to climb well and efficiently.
After a couple of days locating and sussing out the boulders and brushing some of the less popular ones from underneath the moss, I gave it a shot.
At 5 hours 8 minutes I got to the top of the last boulder with no skin to spare, already bleeding on my last attempt! Feels great to complete something that I remember seeing in the guidebook and laughing at because it seemed so ridiculously hard. To top it off I nearly had the 'perfect game' falling just one time on Duel.
Must have learned a thing or two over the years!
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This actually looks quite fun 😁. What sort of games/ Training do you do on the campus board?
Regrann from @steghiso - I tried this game, inspired by @magmidt with a little variation, throw, change and catch it! Very fun to try but maybe not so useful 😂
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