Adam Ondra free WoGu - Up-Climbing

Adam Ondra free WoGu







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On July 26, 2008 the 15-year-old Ondra redpointed WoGu (5.14, 7 pitches, 230m) in Switzerland on the seventh Kirchlispitze in the Ratikon Mountains.
 
The super project opened by Beat Kammerlander in 1997 and dedicated to WOlfang GUllich, but never freed.
WoGu has serious run-outs, with potential for 20-meter falls, and passages of mandatory free climbing up to 5.13c."
 
Ondra’s father said: "According to Beat there are two pitches of 8c (5.14b), one of 8b+ (5.14a), one 8b (5.13d), one 8a+ (5.13c), and two of 7c+ (5.13a). Adam suggests small changes of classification, somewhere up, somewhere down, but in global it matches.
 
In 2007, Ondra climbed another Kammerlander’s multipitch routes in the Ratikons, Silbergeier (8b+ [5.14a], 6 pitches).

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