DPM caught up with Paul Robinson who spent the past couple of months exploring a newer area in South Africa called Three Corners:
On my fourth trip [to South Africa], I was told vaguely about some boulders in the middle Cederberg and wanted to go see what I could find. I drove out there with the “Chasing Winter” crew (Carlo Traversi, Ashima Shiraishi) and we spent a few days hiking and exploring the zone.
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I didn’t really have the eye then to see the potential that I did this past trip. I am so glad I gave the area another chance because in 2012 when I went, I wasn’t able to see the massive potential of the area.
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The potential he found included the problem pictured below called In the Depths of Solitude which could be as hard as V15. In addition, Robinson opened a slew of other double digit problem including three V13s and a good number of more moderate problems as well.
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