Jorgeson takes it to the new realm


Friday, 9 January

Yesterday, Kevin Jorgeson made the FA of Ambrosia, a ~14m line in the middle of the overhanging Grandpa Peabody boulder in the Buttermilks, Bishop. The line starts with an 8A boulder problem up to a hueco at about 6 meters and from here Kevin describes it as a 7c+ solo. In retrospect, it turns out all of his earlier highballs and his trip to the UK Grit, was only preparation for this. So what is it? And how will he grade it? Kevin hasn't decided yet as neither a boulder grade nor a route grade would do it justice... E-grade? Full story and pics on the BigUp blog//BP

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