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Nalle Hukkataival Squamish Sending Spree

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Watch Finnish climber Nalle Hukkataival send two of Squamish’s hardest lines, including the long-awaited second ascent of the Singularity (V14/15), a decade after Tim Clifford made the first ascent.

On his Instagram page, Nalle had this to say about the potential difficulty of the Singularity: “Really extra tough to comment on the difficulty. The fact that it’s fended off the efforts of a list of V15 climbers for over a decade must mean something. Does that suggest V15? Or make it a V14 that’s just really hard to do? Is there a difference between those two?”

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