FFA Of Grand Ol’ Opry (5.14) By Paige Claassen

FFA Of Grand Ol’ Opry (5.14) By Paige Claassen

Jonathan Siegrist has an excellent report on his blog about Paige Claassen doing the 4th ascent, and first female ascent, of Grand Ol’ Opry, a “hyper-technical” route at The Monastery near Estes Park, CO.  First done by Tommy Caldwell back in 1999 at a proposed grade of 5.14a, subsequent repeats by Andy Raether in 2007 and Siegrist himself in 2008 have bumped the suggested grade somewhere into the mid-5.
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14 range with Siegrist commenting that it “is unquestionably the most difficult 8c (14b) I’ve ever been on.
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”  A proud effort by Claassen to be sure.
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Check out Siegrist’s blog for the full report

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2 Responses to FFA Of Grand Ol’ Opry (5.14) By Paige Claassen

  1. Cat September 29, 2010 at 9:17 am #

    Go Paige!!! What an incredible young woman! Strong on the rock and dedicated, down to earth, and wholesome in real life too. An awesome send for an amazing woman!

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  2. Steve October 4, 2010 at 11:25 pm #

    So impressive!!! For a guy or gal, that’s one heck of a route!

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