Climbing Around the World

A few recent and notable accomplishments,

Daniel Woods did the first ascent and David Graham quickly followed with the repeat of Warrior Up, 8C in the new Wolverineland at Lincoln Lake, Mt Evans, Colorado

Woods: “The roof proj. Sick power line revolving around 3 moves. The first non hold i have grabbed. took 3 days of hard sessioning. I think hardest in area so far. More projects just keep coming. Psyched! ”

Graham: “the amazing roof project. very powerful, yet still very technical. The first move is big trouble, it took four days of work just to do it once, and then it never really got any easier! Definitely the hardest up in the area, and the first boulder I have done if this level in some time now. Seems certainly 8c, but we will see right…5 days of work, 2nd ascent. SYKED FOR THE NEW SHIT!!!!.”

Second Ascent of Chris Sharma’s Spicy Noodle 5.14c in China

Liuyong Bang nabbed the second ascent of Chris Sharma’s Spicy Noodle 5.14C in China. As of right now it is the hardest known climb in the area. Originally graded at 5.14b but after a hold broke the climb has been bumped to a 14C. For more info checkout Dead Point Mag.

New Route on The Diamond in Colorado

The Alpinist reports that Bruce Miller and Chris Weidner established a new free route ,  not yet named (V 5.12a, 9 pitches) that climbs the center of the Diamond on Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Miller and Weidner spent nine days working on the route over the past month, at times rappelling in to locate and clean the weaknesses with the most solid rock. [Photo] Chris Weidner

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