Adam Ondra has made the first ascent of Mamichula at Oliana, which he calls his hardest 9b ever.
The route is a linkup of Papichulo, 9a+, and Pachamama, hard 9a+, where the actual linking section is the hardest and, according to Adam clocks in around 7C+/8A boulder. Hard wind and cold temps didn't make things any easier.
Here is the full video courtesy of Fanatic climbing's Pierre Délas:
Adam Ondra is sponsored by: Black Diamond, La Sportiva, Montura and Tendon
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