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Jimmy Webb in the Grampians

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Jimmy Webb spent a month in the Grampians of Australia sampling “some of the best rock I’ve ever touched,” Webb writes in the video description. He put
up two new V13s, Death by Comp and the X-Pinch; repeated Nalle Hukkataival’s Owning the Weather (8b+/V14); and flashed Ammagamma (8b/V13).

“The sandstone was different and had some wild features that I had never seen like the famous ‘spider web’ formations,” writes Webb. The style was super
unique and I was blown away at the quality of rock. I don’t think I really saw an inch of choss in all of Grampians.”

Boulder Problems (in order of appearance):

Owning the Weather (8b+/V14)

Knowing is Half the Battle (8a/V11)

Ammagamma (8b/V13), flash

Cherry Picking (8b/V13)

Video: Paul Robinson, Alex Kahn and Kasia Pietras