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3rd ascent of The Nest, ~8C, by Paul Robinson

© Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson on The Nest, ~8C, Red Rocks, Nevada  © Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson on The Nest, ~8C, Red Rocks, Nevada
© Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson has repeated The Nest, ~8C, at Red Rocks, Nevada.

The first two ascents were made only last week by Daniel Woods and Jimmy Webb, making Paul's the third.
Jimmy described the problem as a ten move 8A into a three move very low percentage 8B.

Paul must have made relatively quick work of the problem as arrived in Red Rocks just a few days ago.

Early next year, he along with Jimmy, Daniel, Dave Graham and many more will head south to Peñoles near Chihuahua, Mexico, where the potential for new problems is said to be immense. Given the location of this area, let's hope the only problems they find will be the kind related to bouldering...

Paul Robinson is sponsored by: La Sportiva, Petzl, prAna and Asana


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