Romain Desgranges repeats Gautamaby Björn Pohl - UKC Jun/2010
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Romain Desgranges has made the second ascent of Théo Chappex' Gautama graded hard 8B+, taking advantage of the unusual cold at Branson on the 20th of June. He suggests that a grade of hard 8B would be more appropriate considering the new beta he sorted out.
Branson, basically a chunk of rock perched on a Vallais hillside, is host to a number of legendary Nicole problems, such as Radja, La danse des balrog, Traction celeste and Les feux d'Azeroth etc.Source: Bouldering info
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