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Wide Boyz’ Crack Climbing Nemesis: Recovery Drink

Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker are no stranger to hard crack climbs... but this one is proving to be their nemesis.

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Savagely overhanging with precarious jams throughout, the conditions need to be perfect to climb The Recovery Drink (5.14c-ish), Jossingford, Norway, one of the world’s hardest crack climbs first done by the Belgian Nico Favresse.


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