Phillip Booth Photography | Two days of crushing
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Two days of crushing

With the weather drying up it was time to get in the car and head back to the mountains to get on some more classic Bluey’s sandstone.

 

Little did I know the trip would see good mate Jake Griffiths elevate his climbing game with three easy sends at grade 24/7a – his current red point limit!

 

For those interested the climbs of interest were:

 

  • Wet Paint – Bell Supercrag, Arrivals
  • Black Heathen – Porters Pass, Sail Away Wall
  • The Tube – Centennial Glen, Wave Wall

 

With another almost in the bag (Pluck-a-duck at Bell) it was an inspiration to watch a friend taking a step to the next level and I look forward to seeing how far he can go!

 

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