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Jimmy Webb’s California Adventure, Part Two – Tahoe

Watch Webb make the first ascent of a new V15, The Outer Limits, which took him seven days of work. Webb has called it one of his hardest ever boulders.

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Jimmy Webb climbs some of the hardest lines in the Tahoe basin of California. A few double-digit flashes and four first ascents, one of which The Outer Limits, became Tahoe’s first V15 boulder problem.

(0:28) America’s Most Wanted (V12), First Ascent
(1:03) Treat Box (V11), Flash
(2:03) Ursa Major (V12/13), Flash
(2:26) Woodford’s Reserve Stand (V12), First Ascent
(2:58) Academia (V12) First Ascent
(8:20) The Outer Limits (V15), First Ascent


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