"Lucid Dreaming" by Jimmy Webb
Jimmy goes to work on his anti-style in Bishop, CA. Film and edit: Kevin Takashi Smith
Source: Bishop Bouldering Blog
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Paul Robinson suggests v16 for Rastaman Vibration Sit, naming it Lucid Dreaming
Paul Robinson has climbed the Buttermilks long-standing project the Rastaman Vibration Sit Start this morning. While working this problem just left of Evilution, on the Grandpa Peabody Boulder, Paul described it as much harder than anything he had done before. This extreme problem with a crux move to gain and dyno from a small left-hand pinch at standing height, was disregarded as near-impossible by many top climbers--with only a handful ever sticking the dyno. The line, in full is thought to be at least v15 and Paul has suggested v16. Not only is the start extremely physical, but the topout up the slab left of Evilution adds a good deal of highballing spice to top it off! Certainly one of the most amazing ascents at the Buttermilks ever, and one of the world's hardest problems. He has named the line Lucid Dreaming.
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