On Sunday we took a short excursion to Bohuslän to brush some new stuff and revisit some old favorites. Our first stop was a wall I'd stumbled upon previously and apparently it had been seen by several other climbers but no one had bothered to get on it. It seems about time so we spent a couple hours of mostly getting our butts kicked and eventually we managed two sweet new problems. After the flogging we mad a quick stop by Ramsviksland to show the gang Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie and brush some new stuff. Here are some pictures from the Day.
Kim on the first problem we established. This clean line was definitely harder than I thought it would be and took some time before Oskar nabbed the FA. Pyssel would also send and the rest of us came up empty handed.
Oskar shows how to use a mono-fingerlock
Pyssel set up for the crux deadpoint. Definitely harder than it looks
Narrowly latching the last hold
The other problem we did required a delicate heel-hook and stained climbing. This one was also harder than it looks but I somehow managed to scrape my way up it and Pyssel and Oskar both got painfully close (I'll actually sign Oskar's scorecard if he want)
Here is Kim on a cool sloper problem in Ramsviksland. She ended up falling after grabbing the finishing "jug" due to slimy rock
We put up a couple new problems in Ramsviksland with Stefan's tricky and painful face-climb being the best of the new problems. Many the the other projects I'd hoped to try in Ramsviksland were wet. So it goes