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Daniel Woods + Paul Robinson – A Few Cold Days Bouldering In Joe’s Valley

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Boulderers seek cool, cold temps like moths to light, but even for them sometimes it’s just too dang frigid. “We arrived to some of the coldest conditions any of us had ever climbed in,” Robinson says of their trip to Joe’s Valley, UT. “Daniel Woods and I had not been to Joe’s in quite a few years so it was a treat to sample some of the newer lines that had been put up during our hiatus. Despite the freezing cold temperatures, we battled through and had an awesome trip.”

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