Tuzgle: An almost undiscovered bouldering paradise

At Tuzgle there is a hardly discovered first class bouldering area. This video shows dreamlike blocks and lines. Developed from Nalle Hukkataival.

Cresciano, Fontainebleau, Rocklands - they are all among the most famous bouldering areas in the world. Rightly so, climbing history was written there. And there are countless first-class bouldering blocks.

But how is it going? Tuzgle? The area in the north of Argentina is hardly known. Few visited the plateau to try their hand at the absolute dream lines. Among them the Finn Nalle Hukkataival and the alpinist Matt Lloyd. The two were accompanied by Nelson Carayannis, who documented the trip in the form of a video.

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Credits: Cover picture Black Diamond / Mind Frame Cinema

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