But it is his exploration in the Swiss boulder fields that is getting him psyched, including a possible Fr9b route. This from his blog at Climbing.com.
"I have already put 4 serious days of effort into it. It happens to be really long, 30 moves I think, which makes sense, as the boulder it's under happens to massive. Yes, it is the coolest single rock I have ever found, and YES, it has another project, which I am absolutely in love with. Yes it's the hardest line I have seen in my life, and YES its possible. YES since it the hardest thing I have ever seen, it's not going to be so easy. Years! It will take time..."
Catch up with the latest entry (September 11th) on his blog at Climbing.com
Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein continue in their mission to tick Australia's bucket list climbs, visiting the Grampians... Read more
45 year-old Keswick-based climber Duncan Booth is a familiar name to many, having been an active climber in the... Read more