Keyword: Lappnor

Video: How Will Bosi climbed the world's toughest boulder

Six years after the first ascent by Nalle Hukkataival, Will Bosi succeeds in repeating Burden of Dreams (9A) in Lappnor, Finland. In the video you can look over the shoulder of the strong Scotsman on his way to the world's toughest boulder.

Will Bosi climbs Burden of Dreams (9A)

Will Bosi's secures first repeat of Burden of Dreams (9A) in Finnish Lappnor. A significant ascent, considering that the first 9A boulder in the world since the first ascent by Nalle Hukkataival in 2016 has flashed the Who's Who of the international bouldering elite.

Will Aidan crack Roberts Burden of Dreams (9A) thanks to replicas?

After his recent success in Alphane (9A), Aidan Roberts tackles the next ultimate 9A boulder: Burden of Dreams. In order to be able to try the five moves at home as often as he likes, he scanned Nalle Hukkataival's test piece and had replicas of the grips produced.

Shawn Raboutou rehearses Burden of Dreams (9A) | Video

Burden of Dreams is the first 9A boulder in the world and has not been repeated since Nalle Hukkataival first climbed it in 2016. Shawn Raboutou recently attempted the tough problem in Lappnor, Finland.

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