After making the first ascent of Iron Butterfly, 8c+/9a, he came back the following day and climbed two 9a's and an 8c+ needing a grand total of 8 tries.
Alex was invited by Sonnie Trotter, who describes his feat as
unquestionably the most OUTRAGEOUS day of sport climbing in Canadian history. Bunda de Fora 5.14d (3rd try) Kinder Surprise 5.14c (2nd try) and open project now called Full Nelson 5.14d (3rd try).
Given that Alex arrived only a few days ago and must hardly have got through his jet lag, I would be surprised if there are even greater things to come. Especially so as he will stay for a few more weeks.
After Canmore, I think he'll be heading to Squamish, even though it's, in his own words either too late or too early in the season. It would be interesting to see what he can do about Tim Clifford's unrepeated Singularity, ~8B+. Apparently it's very condition dependent though, so I guess that's hoping too much...
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