Locked Out and Loathing in Margalef

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Monday, 6 July

Advertorial: Tenaya athlete Alex Megos on his memorable mission to climb Perfecto Mundo (9b+/5.15c).

At first, this might sound like one of those boring trips, the type where someone goes somewhere, climbs something hard, and that’s it. And this trip totally could have been one of those, but this time it was not as expected. Stuck in Spain without climbing gear, and without camera gear, too. Off to a good start which would lead to one of the most memorable sport climbing trips Alex has ever had. Read the full story

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