Video of Daniel Woods sending ‘The Grey’ (V14/8B+) in the snow.
Daniel Woods – The Grey 8B+ from OnSight Visual on Vimeo.
I don’t know about you, but I am a cold weather wuss. I know that lower temps help with shoe friction and skin contact, but I do not see myself suffering the cold for a SEND. Who knows, maybe I’ll change my mind. I would rather climb when its hot than cold, if I had to pick from one of the extremes.
How extreme would you go for optimal conditions?
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Posted on January 24, 2013, in Motivation and tagged bouldering, climbing, cold, rock, snow, woods. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
7/4/12 – 104* and pea soup humidity, Sport Climbing at Robinson Park in Sandstone, MN – Onsight 5.11b (second best onsight)
3/31/12 – 45* with 13 mph winds, Sport Climbing at Barn Bluff in Red Wing, MN – Redpoint 5.12a (tied for best redpoint)
oh my gosh that move from like… 3:14-3:20 was the greatest thing I’ve seen in a while haha. thanks for sharing!
Yes, I thought the same. Toe hook dynamically into sidepull. That goes to show that we need to think ‘outside the box’ for movement solutions. Sometimes the less obvious move can be the most efficient.
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