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Cameron Hörst Climbing Throwin’ the Houlihan, Wild Iris, WY

Watch as the 16-year-old battles up Todd Skinner's 5.14a in Wyoming.

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Throwin’ the Houlihan (5.14a) was established in 1991 by the legendary Todd Skinner. At that time, it was one of America’s hardest routes, and today it remains a rarely climbed and difficult classic. In this video, Cameron Hörst (age 16) describes his journey with the famous route, as well as his love for climbing at Wild Iris, Wyoming.


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