Josh Wharton and Jon Walsh have made a successful ascent of the North Pillar of Twins Tower in the Canadian Rockies. Canadian climber Walsh, and American climber Wharton repated the most difficult route on the Tower's 4,500-foot north face, initially climbed in 1985 by the climbing duo of Barry Blanchard and David Cheesmond.
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Tom Randall and Calum Muskett made a flying visit to the Isle of Hoy in Scotland over the summer where they completed some classic routes, as well as managing 2 first ascents on Rora Head, a big sandstone sea-cliff, very rarely climbed, they guys also managed a couple of new E7's...the video has recently been released, and can seen in full here:
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Trad Climbing on the Isle of Hoy, Scotland | EpicTV Climbing Daily, Ep. 128
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