Raboutou and Cameroni climb Mystic River (8C) and more hard lines

With Mystic River (8C) and Geyser Sound (8B), the two bouldering specialists Shawn Raboutou and Giuliano Cameroni have given Ticino two new test pieces. In the latest Mellow video you can accompany the two on the first ascents and in other tough lines.

The quality of the rock and the variety of boulders in Ticino are just two of many reasons to visit. Climbing pros like Shawn Raboutou have long since fallen in love with Switzerland's sunniest corner and are busy opening up new high-end boulders. Are they still with Local Giuliano Cameroni on the way, who has been climbing in Ticino since he was a child and knows the area like the back of his hand, first ascents like Mystic River, (8C) or geyser sound (8B).

Video: Shawn Raboutou and Giuliano Cameroni open Mystic River

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