Saturday, June 23, 2012

Ceuse part 2

French local working 8c+.

The start of the Ceuse climbing season has been awesome with a great international crew of climbers. As always the start of my trip to Ceuse has been about getting used to the style and the length of the routes. Things are starting to click and sendage isn't far around the corner. It seems that most people find that it takes a bit of time to get into the swing of things here especially considering the hour approach slogging up a hill. The other day an Irish friend sent his first of the grade 7c+ project called 'Makach Walou' after three weeks effort which was inspiring for all at the crag. I played photographer for a day and managed to get a few good shots of the route. Will managed to get it too and yesterday flashed a 7c. I have done a few easier onsights and picked some quality projects including two 8a+'s both which i have done with only one fall. Hopefully they both fall quickly in the next week. Summer rolls on in paradise...

Campgound Shenanigans.

Damien O'Sullivan working Makach Walou 7c+.
Air time.
Will on Makach Walou.
Me working Face de Rat 8a+.
View from the cliff.

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