VIDEO: Climbing the 9th Grade (5.14d)

"The most important thing for high-level routes is to trust yourself, that you are capable of climbing this route or this grade."—Adam Ondra

By Rock and Ice | November 5th, 2015

What does it take to climb 5.14d (9a) and above? Hear what Adam Ondra, Sean McColl, Cedric Lachat, Gautier Supper and Jakob Schubert have to say.
“The most important thing for high-level routes is to trust yourself, that you are capable of climbing this route or this grade.”—Adam Ondra  

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