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Alberto Rocasolano on Wild Roof Boulder Problems

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The Spanish boulderer Alberto Rocasolano cranks out some burly moves on his recent additions to La Peixcave, a cave he’s been developing outside of Madrid, Spain. The hardest new line is Trinity (8C/V15), reminiscent of other famously long roof boulders like The Wheel of Life (8C/V15) in the Grampians, Australia.

Rocasolano has had a great couple of years. Since repeating Chris Sharma’s Catalan Witness the Fitness (8C/V15), in February 2016, he has gone on to establish or repeat three potential 8C+/V16’s in Spain: La Teoría del Todo (FA), in Albarracín; Nacho Sanchez’s Crisis (repeat), in Crevillente; and El Indomable (FA), in Tamajón.

Also read Rocasolano Makes Second Ascent of Catalan Witness the Fitness (V15)