Bouldering in Norwayby Björn Pohl - UKC Oct/2010
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Right now, Nalle Hukkataival is frustrated. He's in Colorado, and the road up to Lincoln lake, or "Wolverineland", is closing just as the conditions are getting prime again. Not much time left to finish the job, but he is certainly doing what he can, ticking The mote in God's eye and Clan of the cave bears, both 8B-ish, the same day.
That's not all he's been doing though, despite of climbing four days straight, he has somehow managed to finish editing the material he and Kuutti Huhtikorpi shot in Norway this summer.
The video features the areas Harbak, Vingsand and the Lofoten islands, all in the northern part of the country.
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