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James Pearson during the first ascent of Do you know where your children are? at Huntsman's Leap, Pembroke, Wales.
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The impressive Huntsman's Leap, Pembroke, Wales.
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James Pearson, trad video in Pembroke, Wales

14.05.2011 by Planetmountain

The video of James Pearson during the first ascent of Do you know where your children are? at Huntsman's Leap and the repeat of Muy caliente! at Stennis Ford in Pembroke, Wales.

We mentioned it at the end of last month, now there's the video of the repeat of Muy caliente! and the first ascent of Do you know where your children are? at the beautiful sea cliff Huntsman’s Leap in Pembroke, Wales.

Only a few days have passed and James Pearson's route has already been repeated by Neil Mawson who suggests E8 instead of E9 but from our point of view what counts isn't the grade but above all the speed of this repeat... evidently Pearson's hunch was right, the rock was just waiting to be climbed!


James Pearson, trad extreme in Pembroke

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