This time of year, when it's generally dark, wet and miserable outside, a trip to Brazil doesn't sound half bad. But is there any climbing to speak of there?
In this video, Brazil's number one, Felipe Camargo, presents some of what the country has to offer the international climbing community (especially if you happen to climb 8c). I don't know about you, but if I had the time and money, I'd be on my way to the airport right now...
The video features Felipe making the first ascent of the hardest route in Brazil, Coquetel de Energia extension, 8c/+, as well as other routes and bouldering up to 8B.
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