Adam Ondra Reveals Progress on ‘Undertaking Massive’ in Flatanger, Norway

The world’s greatest climber drops one other video on his newest and maybe most bold venture ever. For the primary time, Adam Ondra provides us an in depth have a look at the beta.

We don’t know but if Undertaking Massive will develop into one other generation-defining route. However one factor is definite: Ondra and crew have improved their skill to supply top-notch climbing documentaries.

The newest edit on Ondra’s YouTube channel provides climbing obsessives the play-by-play they need, whereas additionally displaying the quiet, mundane life that Ondra leads in between his newest 5.15 sends.

Ondra first bolted this mega-route in Flatanger, Norway, again in 2013. On the time, he couldn’t think about climbing it and ended up pursuing the route that grew to become Silence, at the moment the world’s hardest route (5.15d, unrepeated).

Spoiler alert: Ondra doesn’t end the route on this vid. It’s simply one other step within the course of. Although if Ondra didn’t imagine he might do it, why all of the movies?

“That is promising attempt,” he says on the finish. “I’m not there but. However there’s a likelihood.”

Really, there’s yet one more certainty: The whole climbing world is ready to see if Ondra pulls it off.

Runtime: 20 minutes

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Andrew McLemore

By Andrew McLemore

An award-winning journalist and photographer, Andrew McLemore brings greater than 14 years of expertise to his place as Affiliate Information Editor for Lola Digital Media. Andrew is a musician, climber and traveler who at the moment lives in Cuenca, Ecuador, which he makes use of as a house base for adventures all through the Americas. When he isn’t writing, enjoying gigs or exploring the outside, he is hanging out together with his canine Campana.

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