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VIDEO: Alex Megos on Lucid Dreaming (V15)

In this Red Bull video, made by Ken Etzel, Alex Megos walks us through the moves of Lucid Dreaming (V15) from the sit-start crux to the (wet at the time) highball slab finish. His longest project to date, Megos spent 11 days working the problem.

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Alex Megos, 21-year-old German wunderkind, made the third ascent of Lucid Dreaming (V15) back in January—a highball boulder problem in the Buttermilks of Bishop, California, established by Paul Robinson in 2010.

In this Red Bull video, made by Ken Etzel, Megos walks us through the moves of Lucid Dreaming from the sit-start crux to the (wet at the time) highball slab finish. His longest project to date, Megos spent 11 days working the problem.