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Greetings from Argentina - Nicolas Favresse

Greetings from Argentina - Nicolas Favresse
April 10, 2012 - 

Sean Villanueva, Stephane Hanssens, Jean-Louis Wertz and I just came back to civilization after 38 days in the jungle. We had a really good adventure, very different from all the other expeditions we have done in the past. The weather, the rock, the jungle, the indigenes, the animals and this incredible wall of the Tuyuren waterfall made up for some very exciting moments. We managed to put up two new free routes on the Tuyuren waterfall wall, one on the left side "Maria Rosa" and one on the right "Apichavai". When we first came out of the...

Update from the Five Ten Stowaway Tour in China's Getu Valley

Update from the Five Ten Stowaway Tour in China's Getu Valley
November 01, 2011 -  Five Ten

When we think about Five Ten, two words come to mind: hard and impressive. (That's not what we meant, so get your mind out of the gutter.) Hard and impressive sends was the story of the week when Five Ten invaded the Getu Valley in China. (probably shouldn't put "invade" and "China" in the same sentence. But, what are you gonna do?) Gabriel Moroni sended the 9a (5.14d) project "Coup de Bamboo" for the first ascent; Ethan Pringle and Sean Villanueva are getting so very close to finishing "Dancing with the...

 
 
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