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Crushing le mur des 6 clopes 8b/+
La Coka Nostra 8A+
The Cat Test
Cypher is one of my favourite 1st ascents. It's a really pure line with hardly any holds, great moves and a perfect location. Unfortunately I didn't manage to record the first ascent on video so this was put together afterwards and I couldn't manage to repeat it again. Grade 8b.
Photo The world"s fist 8c+ but hard for the grade and still the hardest single bit of climbing I have done. Perhaps the grade of font 8b/8b+ would be more appropriate.
Photo David Mason on the Whippet at Bell Hagg in the Peak District.
South Africa 2009
Photo Armed Response (8B) - 3 moves, 2 of them hard. You see the fog in the background - the next day this boulder was covered in snow ...
Photo Tobias "Zlu" Haller enjoying Rhino (7B+)
Photo The Black Shadow (8B) from a different point of view. (c) Korni Obleitner
Photo Tobias "Zlu" Haller @ work ... (c) Emi Moosburger
Photo Mario Kuess pulling hard on one of the smaller crimps in Rocklands. Even in the sun the conditions were alright due to constant wind and cold temps. The Shark (7C+)
Photo Mario Kuess crimping hard on Pinotage (7C+) (c) Emi Moosburger
Photo You feel like this rock is gonna come off while climbing. Lucky it's still lying up there cause this an absolute classic!! The Hatchling (8A)
Photo I unfortunately ran out of batteries in my flash, so I had to take this picture. The rock looks still amazing I think.
Photo Emi gets the party started after a perfect day of climbing!
Photo Emi Moosburger sending the famous Nutsa (8A+) just before sunset.
Photo Emi Moosburger on his hardest boulder up to date. Mooiste Maise (8B+) hasn't been repeated since a crucial hold broke this summer.
Photo Another view @ the neverending sloperrails of Mooiste Maise (8B+). Definitely one of Rockland's finest lines established by Fred Nicole.