Climbing Areas Archives: Frankenjura

Three 5.14d’s In One Day By…Guess Who

Adam Ondra is set to compete in the upcoming Lead World Cups in Valence, France and  in Kranj, Slovenia, but before doing that he’s made a stop in the Frankenjura where he’s done three 5.14d’s in a single day according to his 8a scorecard.

He started off with a second go repeat of The Elder Statesman followed by a second go repeat of The House Of Schock, and then he finished up the trifecta with a repeat of Sever The Wicked Hand.  Not content, as usual, he then finished up the day with a second go repeat of Wut zum Leben (5.14b).

Not bad.

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Productive Week In The Frankenjura For Gabri Moroni

Last week was a productive one for Italy’s Gabri Moroni in the Frankenjura as he notched repeats of Sever The Wicked Hand (5.14d), The Elder Statesman (5.14d) and Classified (5.14d/5.15a).  That last route is the one opened by Alex Megos back in May.

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3rd Ascent Of Corona (5.15a) By Alex Megos

Alex Megos has done the 3rd ascent of Markus Bock’s Corona (5.15a) in Germany’s Frankenjura according to Frankenjura.com (in German).  Megos needed about 10 tries to climb the 60 ft. line.  This is his 3rd 5.15 after La Rambla in Siurana and his route Classified which is also in the Frankenjura.

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Sarah Seeger In The Frankenjura, Germany

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Grünepunkt: Greenpointing And Trad In The Frankenjura

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Manuel Brunn Repeating Montecore (V15)

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Markus Bock Climbing The Elder Statesman (5.14d/5.15a)

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