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Adam Ondra Onsighting “Just Do It” (5.14c), Smith Rock, OR

To look at Just Do (5.14c), with its cryptic sequences spread over 18 bolts and think, maybe, that you can send it first try? That is a realm occupied by just one climber: Adam Ondra.

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Just Do It is the crown jewel of Smith Rock—the birthplace of hard sport climbing in America. The 140-foot testpiece was America’s first 5.14c, climbed in 1992 by the French superstar J.B. Tribout. To this day, Just Do It remains a coveted ascent by the world’s strongest climbers.


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