In the summer of 2018, during a three-month road trip, Jimmy Webb made a spontaneous decision to try Dreamcatcher, the iconic Chris Sharma route in Squamish on the Cacodemon Boulder.
The first ascent was by Chris Sharma on Sept. 23, 2005, and it was repeated by Sean McColl in 2009, Ben Harnden in 2012, Alex Megos in three tries in 2016 and Mike Foley in 2017 after a number of years projecting the line.
This video chronicles Webb’s process of training for and then battling the demanding route.
Success!! A couple days ago the cool air rolled through Squamish and I was able to satch up ‘Dreamcatcher’ 9A. I’ve had many goals throughout my climbing but this route has always stood out to me among the rest. Huge props to @chris_sharma for establishing one of the most aesthetic lines you’ll ever see. Sticking the finish jug was most certainly a feeling I will never forget! 🙏 Huge thanks to @kevintakashismith for the sick 📸 .. #lifegoals #travel #success #squamish #love @hippytree @fiveten_official @organicclimbing @metoliusclimbing