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Robbie Phillips and Calum Cunningham Climb End of Silence (8b+/5.14a)

Robbie Phillips and Calum Cunningham climb End of Silence (8b+/5.14a) in the Berchtesgadener Alps of Germany—one of the hardest multipitch climbs in Europe.

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Robbie Phillips, with Calum Cunningham, climbs Thomas Huber’s End of Silence (8b+/5.14a) on the Feuerhorn in the Berchtesgadener Alps of
Germany—one of the hardest multipitch climbs in Europe. End of Silence is part of the famed “Alpine Trilogy” along with Beat Kammerlander’s
Silbergeier (8b+/5.14a) and Stefan Glowacz’s Des Kaiser Neue Kleider (8b+/5.14a).

Read more about the ascent on Robbie Phillips’ blog, robbiephillips.co.uk.

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