Mina commented to UKC:
"It's a nice problem, really inspiring line - it looks like it dropped out of Fontainebleau!"
"A range of boulder problems though the grades on excellent grippy rock with an excellent outlook. Very overlooked venue."
Mina is currently in China, representing Britain in tomorrow's Bouldering World Cup (Good luck Mina!). When asked about her plans for after the competition season, Mina answered:
"I will spend the summer climbing outside in Colorado and then probably head back out to America in October too... that's about as detailed as my plans are so far!"
Big thanks to Jonathan Bean for the photos. Check out his photography website at: www.jonathan-creative.com
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