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Nick Duttle Sends 5.14d Project in New Mexico

Nick Duttle has finished off his 12-year project in the Sacremento Mountains of New Mexico, clipping the chains on what he has dubbed Permutations of Synergy.

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the second ascent of I, Me Mine in a near-horizontal cave in Texas. At the time of that ascent, the New Mexican born Duttle had climbed six 5.14c’s. Now he has ticked his second 5.14d with Permutations of Synergy, and hopes to up the ante with a project in Texas that he feels “is certainly 5.15.”