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Chaxi, 9a+, by Lachat

© Lachat coll.
Cédric Lachat  © Lachat coll.
Cédric Lachat
© Lachat coll.

Cédric Lachat has made the 3rd ascent of Chris Sharma's Chaxi, 9a+, at Oliana, Spain.

The 45 meter route was first climbed by Sharma in 2011 and had so far only been repeated by Adam Ondra, who then went on to add an ~8B+ direct start which bumps the grade of the resulting route, Chaxi Raxi (video below), up to 9b. This route has yet to see a repeat.


Cédric Lachat is sponsored by: Mammut, Top 30, Scarpa and New Rock

Source: Kairn


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16 Jan, 2013
"Adam Ondra, who then went on to add an ~8B direct start" Didn't Ondra say in an interview that it's a hard 8B+ boulder problem?
16 Jan, 2013
Thanks, that was a typo, the (+) disappeared.
17 Jan, 2013
The First Ascent was by Adam too, done while working on the hard start, just for the fitness, Sharma sended it later, anyway congrats to Cédric, he's a very good all-arounder.
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