Gripped Magazine

March 5, 2014

Okanagan’s Mythologic

The team of Lyle Knight and Marc Piche bagged the first ascent of Mythologic, a long difficult ice route on the Enderby Cliffs in the North Okanagan, in 2011. Knight described Mythologic WI6, 140 m as “a skinny version of Nemesis in the Rockies” with “consistently hard” climbing
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Enzo in Chile

Enzo Oddo, the 19-year-old, French sport climber has been projecting routes, of all places, in Chile. Oddo jumped on the scene in style, in his mid teens he sent Realization and La Rambla, both 5.15a, the young crusher has ticked dozens of the world’s hardest routes. In
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Slovenia’s New Funky Water World

Slovenia’s Ospo Cave, a steep three-dimensional crag, is where Klemen Becan recently sent Water World, 5.14d. Planet Mountain reported that Becan climbed his two year project, “the route takes a striking line up the lefthand side of the cave for almost 50 metres and
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