Video: Bouldering legend Dave Graham climbs Primitivo (8c)

Bouldering legend Dave Graham has been in Ticino for several months. His latest exploit is the ascent of Boulder Primitivo (8c). Here is the video of his inspection.

Dave Graham is 40 years old and has the best bouldering season of his career. Next to the boulder Primitive arrive in the recent past difficult lines like La Rustica (8c) Road Kill (8c) 4-low (8c) White shark (8b +), Tomb (8b +) and Axinitis (8b+). And he recently told us that he managed to climb a new, still difficult line: Euclase (8c/+).

This video shows Dave Graham inspecting Primitivo in Val Bavona (Ticino)

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