Edu Marin - WoGü, 8c multi-pitchVideo

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This summer, Edu Marin made the 2nd free ascent, after Adam Ondra, of Beat Kammerlander's WoGü, at Rätikon in Switzerland.

With pitches of 8c, 7c+, 8b+/c, 8b, 8b+, 8a+, 7c+, it's one of the most difficult multi pitch routes in the Alps, and the World for that matter.

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Edu has climbed at the highest level from a very young age, red-pointing 8c at fifteen; on-sighting 8b+ at sixteen and climbing 9a at seventeen. He has climbed routes of 9b and achieved World Championship...

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9 Oct, 2016
Great wee video. Climbing it with his dad and that, I got a bit teary...
9 Oct, 2016
Didn't think much of this vid. Seemed very shallow with no info about the route apart from the pitch grades, nothing about how they experienced it and the cheesy music seemed like a desperate attempt to make it dramatic when there was no real drama.
9 Oct, 2016
Have you seen the vid of Edu climbing Panaroma with his dad? The climbing is great but some of the cheesy BS and awful music is on a par with anything they churn out of the USA these days!
9 Oct, 2016
Good action footage, but that music really killed it* for me. *I don't mean that the way young people use it, to mean that it did a great job - it didn't.
9 Oct, 2016
Could have been with out the annoying editing.
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