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Alex Puccio Sending Trice (V12)

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Dave Graham Doing What Dave Graham Does:  Sending V13s

Dave Graham Doing What Dave Graham Does: Sending V13s

It continues to be a somewhat slow winter on the uber difficult boulder front, but that doesn’t mean that nothing is happening out lipitor online no prescription   Dave Graham is back stateside which can mean only one thing:  climbing more V13s. Starting off on Flagstaff Mountain in Boulder, CO, Graham made a […]

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News & Notes – Bouldering Edition

News & Notes – Bouldering Edition

A summary of recent bouldering activity including more repeats of Trice in Boulder, Bishop bouldering, hard first ascents in Idaho and scary highball first ascents in Hueco Tanks. Climber’s featured include Daniel Woods, Sean McColl, Matt Fultz, Keivn Jorgeson and others.

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Who Will Be 1st To Be 2nd?

Who Will Be 1st To Be 2nd?

It has been roughly 30 years since Jim Holloway established Trice (aka Another Hollway Route) at Flagstaff Mountain. Jim Holloway on Trice Photo: Rob Candelaria via Peter Beal Now with cooler temps descending on Boulder, the race is on to downgrade Trice to B2. Jamie Emerson working Trice Photo: Chuffer Carlo Traversi working Trice Who […]

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We Hike, We Like?

With the Horsetooth Hang taking place this past weekend at the Horsetooth Reservoir it was a perfect opportunity for some of the Frontrange’s elite to try and tackle the longstanding unrepeated problem Meathook put up by Jim Holloway* in the 1970’s. Several climbers gave it a brief effort with the consensus seeming to be that […]

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Jim Holloway

The latest edition of Climbing magazine devoted its cover and a big article to Jim Holloway (you can read the entire article online). From what I have read, Holloway is most famous for having a few problems around the Frontrange that have gone unrepeated despite doing the first ascents 30 years ago. Here he describes […]

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