Stefano Ghisolfi in the last few years has been at the center of attention not just for his great results on competitions, but also for the hard routes he ticked around world.
This time he proves his skills on one of the hardest route that Ceuse can offers "Jungle Boogie", a project initially started by local climber Sylvain Millet and then taken up by young Enzo Oddo. Back in 2012 Adam Ondra managed to carry out the first ascent of Jungle Boogie proposing the grade of 9A+.
After Sachi Amma's second ascent in 2015, Stefano decided to put his hands on, and in a cold morning of October he claims the third ascents, ticking off one of his hardest routes to date.
Project kindly supported by:
- E9 Clothing (www.enove.it)
- CAMP (www.camp.it)
- Vertical Life (www.vertical-life.info)
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