1) La rambla "Huber version"
Adam Ondra interview:
Alex Huber put up "this route and when he climbed at the end of the crux he ended the route cause he thought that going further is not possible. He graded it as 8c+.
Nowadays the 9a+ traverses from this point one meter right and going up doesn’t contribute more difficulties to it. (I think maybe just an half of the grade, if you use the jug for rest)."

2) Extension of La Rambla "Huber version"
F.A.  Ramon Julian "Ramonet", 2003, after 40/50 tries

2nd ascent (first repetition): Edu Marin, 2006 VIDEO Interview:

3rd ascent (second repetition): Chris Sharma, 2006, the day after Edu Marin

Other repetitions:

- Andreas Bindhammer, 2007

- Patxi Usobiaga, 2007, after nine tries

- Adam Ondra, 2008, after five tries: VIDEO from Lezec.

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(Photos from Lezec)


Dani Andrada trying La Rambla:

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Repeated by Felix Neumärker

Alex Megos almost flash (fall in the last couple of moves).

Then 2nd go, the first 9a+ 2nd go, so the fastest ascent up to now of La rambla

" As Adam Ondra climbs very fast, as Alex Megos climbs slowly, even in hard parts of the routes " (Toni Arbones) or "he climbs normal speed" Gerard Rull


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Alex Megos: fun first. Then ok, 9a on sight

Posted by 9b on March 27, 2013 at 5:30pm 2 Comments

Alex Megos is spending this year just climbing and having fun.

He was a student and, the next year, he will come back to study.

According to Adam Ondra, the most experienced 9as climber, Estado Critico, the route he climbed on sight is more than 8c+.…



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