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Nalle Hukkataival Sends Emotional Landscapes (V15)

Nalle Hukkataival has made the third ascent of Emotional Landscapes - a problem in Maltatal, Austria, established by Klem Loskot in 2002.

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Nalle Hukkataival on <em>Emotional Landscapes</em> (V15). Photo courtesy of Hukkataival&#39;s Facebook.” />Nalle Hukkataival has made the third ascent of <em>Emotional Landscapes</em> – a problem in Maltatal, Austria, established by Klem Loskot in 2002 and graded V14. However, Hukkataival has suggested that the problem is yet another understated Loskot masterpiece, and is actually V15. </p>
<p>“Last day, best day!” posted Hukkataival on Facebook. “Managed to squeeze in a last minute send of Klem Loskot’s <em>Emotional Landscapes</em> 8C [V15]!!”</p>
<p>Hukkataival has been on a tour of Loskot’s mythical problems in Maltatal lately. Just last week, he established a contender for the world’s hardest boulder problem by adding a sit-start to Loskot’s <em>Bügeleisen</em>, which is likely V16 (<a href=read the full interview here).

Check out the video below of Loskot attempting the first ascent of Emotional Landscapes.