Watch Tyler Thompson make the second ascent of New Moon V10 at The Grid in Hope, B.C. Thompson wrote on Sendage.com after, “This boulder is world class. Could be harder than V10 but needs more ascents to confirm.”

New Moon is on the Sea of Simulation booulder and begins standing and starts up a five-metre granite tufa. “Follow a series of slopers and terrible pinches to a decent rest,” said Thompson. Finish up the lower angle terrain to the top. Thompson has a number of hard problems to his name, including Vince Pinch V12, Summoning Sit V12 and Buttermilk Traverse V12.


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