The Norwegian climber Magnus Midtbo and the Briton Pete Whittaker screwed what is perhaps the heaviest crack in a climbing hall.
For once, Magnus Midtbo teamed up with Wide Boyz's Pete Whittaker on his YouTube show. Pete is one of the best crack climbers in the world and knows what ingredients are needed for an almost unclimbable crack route.
The goal of the two professional climbers was to screw the hardest indoor crack route in the world in the climbing hall Oslo Klatresenter and to climb this red point. You can see what came out of it in the following video.
Magnus Midtbo and Pete Whittaker against perhaps the toughest indoor crack route
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Credits: Cover picture Magnus Midtbo