New V14 in Moe’s Valley?

Isaac Caldiero has established Force of Nature, a possible new V14 in Moe's Valley, Utah.

By Rock and Ice | February 7th, 2013

Isaac Caldiero has established Force of Nature, a possible new V14 in Moe’s Valley, Utah.

“SO Psyched!! By far the hardest piece of stone i’ve ever climbed, spent so many days trying, lost count,” Caldiero writes on his scorecard. “6 hard V11 moves into a V12 move. Psyche was high, thanks to Laura for being there every try rain or shine!”

Check out the cool video below of Caldiero bouldering in Utah.

Sandstone Sessions from Shibidaang on Vimeo.

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