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Nalle Hukkataival in Tuzgle, Argentina Fri Night Vid

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This week's Friday Night Video follows Nalle Hukkataival to the Argentinian bouldering mecca of Tuzgle. The area was first developed by a group of French and Swiss climbers in 2008. It is on a 14,00ft high altiplano at the base of a volcano and has great potential for development. As Hukkataival points out - if the boulders were in the States near a Whole Foods, they would be the most popular blocs in the world.

The film documents Hukkataival's first ascents and repeats in the area and gives an insight into the development of new, remote areas. With some stunning visuals, the film is a fun short featuring one of the world's top boulderers.

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Nalle Hukkataival is one of the world's top boulderers. He has made numerous ascents of climbs in the Font 8C-8C+ and in 2016 he became the first person to climb the grade of Font 9A with the first ascent...

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