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Ceuse THREEEEE.

Well…crowds have left and the temps have gotten slightly better. It has been a bit of a battle for conditions, lines on routes and dealing with only 5 hours of shade and climbing time at the cliff. UGH! But we ARE in paradise and we will be here for another 6 days or so. I am using Ceuse as my starter crag, get in shape crag and the spot to get my roll on. Yesterday was the first day I felt the ROLL. YES….I flashed an 8a+ and sent another one called Dolce Vita…very rad route…..perfect blue wall and very surface-climbing oriented. Ceuse is amazing. The rest of the crew has been on the grind as well. It is a bit warm for Biographie, Dave G sent the new 8c/+. Good on ya MAN!!! Colette has been dealing with the psycho run-out routes quite well even being really freaked out and everyone is in good spirits. I am SUUUUUPER psyched to get to Gorges Du Loup for Abyss and Triptik Tonik. OH MAN that stuff looks right up my alley, steep, tufas….LOVE IT. Peep the photos.

Rest day at the beach.

Rest day at the beach.

Ballin out.

Ballin out.

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Chillen after the hike...

Chillen after the hike...

CROWDED!!!

CROWDED!!!

Colette gearing up for a KILL.

Colette gearing up for a KILL.

Dave on 3 Degrees of Separation.

Dave on 3 Degrees of Separation.

Alex (A-Wax) Honnold flashing 8a.

Alex (A-Wax) Honnold flashing 8a.

Morning....YEEEAH!
Morning….YEEEAH!

Stuntin like a BAWSE!!!!

  • James - Nice dude! Those pics and the descrimptions bring lots of beautiful memories, thankss .What a beautiful place huh?Its funny how you are wanting shade while i was looking for sun while i was there.
    Hope to see you one day in Mexico , there are lots of good crags around.A huge cave called “El chonta” with lots of tufas and stalactites. There will be an article at climbing mag sooon,…good luck.

  • dennis l. - uber radical.

    i recall the waaarmmmness you speak of. chill mornings do happen. to bad for the approach.

    shaka-la-moose

  • allison - looks like y’all are having a hell of a time. only good thoughts for the ballinest weather for your crew!

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