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Dave Graham Sends a V14 and Two V13s in a Week

Dave Graham makes his way through Colorado, sending three hard Daniel Woods projects in a week.

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Dave Graham has sent three Daniel Woods problems within the last week: Born Into Stardom (V13), Aslan (V14) and Carnage (V13).

Graham took advantage of cooler fall temperatures throughout Colorado, bagging the second ascent of Born Into Stardom at Mount Evans on September 15 after a hot summer prevented him from sending.

“It was such a treat to climb on it with these pristine fall temps!” posted Graham on his Instagram. “Very resistant and technical, a new classic for sure!!!”

Graham went to Lower Chaos Canyon in RMNP for Aslan, a problem he hadn’t tried despite 15 years of bouldering in the park.

Just a day later, on September 22, Graham went south to Guanella Pass to climb Carnage “on the quick.” He said on his Instagram that Carnage is “Another classic boulder problem lurking out in the Rocky Mountains!!”