Gripped Week in Review: Revo, Dreamcatcher, World Championships
This is weekly summary of top climbing stories from July 13 to July 20.
Wild Country Revo
A review of the new Wild Country Revo belay device.
Paige Claassen repeats Idaho’s hardest route, a steep 5.14d.
James Webb made the sixth ascent of Dreamcatcher 5.14d in Squamish.
Andreas Steindl gets the FKT up the classic Matterhorn ridge.
Kickstarter for fun looking children’s book about climbing.
Ongoing results for Canadians at the World Championships in Innsbruck.
Watch highlights from women’s finals at the World Championships.
Rad one from @joshlaskin! “Ray Rice on the first ascent of Trusting the Rubber 5.12a at Green's Cliff, in New Hampshire. After spending the majority of the day messing around on other climbs, waiting for the sun to dip behind the cliff, it was go time. I ascended the rope we fixed earlier in the day, and Ray started climbing. On the first attempt of the day, he made it through the crux moves that he had fallen on in the past. Balance was questionable after clipping the final bolt before the anchor, but with one last bit of effort, he made the final move to the bolts.” #tradisrad #climbing #grippedmagazine