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Paige Claassen Sends “Groove Train” (5.14b), One of Australia’s Most Iconic Sport Climbs

Paige Claassen sends Groove Train (5.14b/8c) in Australia’s Grampians National Park. 

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Claassen includes a PSA at the end of the video: “While the Taipan Wall [where Groove Train is located] remains open, Parks Victoria’s ban on over 3200 routes and boulders in Grampians National Park means the future of Australia’s world class climbing is at stake. Learn more and support Grampians climbing access at acav.climb.org.au.


Shot by Arjan De Kock and edited by Paige Claassen


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