Adam Ondra manages first ascent of Mamichula

In visibly uncomfortable weather in the Spanish climbing area Oliana Adam Ondra gets the first ascent of the 9b route Mamichula.

The stamina hammer Mamichula is a combination of the two Sharma routes Pachamama and Papichulo (both 9a +). Adam's comment too Mamichula: "The thing is an incredibly crazy strength endurance route without a resting point, super pumpy and a rather hard 9b for me". Well, if the route is a tough 9b for Adam, who isn't it for?

Adam Ondra in Mamichula

Credits: picture Petr Piechowicz

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