The last month or two we had great weather conditions in Split and climbing life was really intense. Before “changing clock thing” I was climbing a lot in small area called Rupotine, which is close to the city and offers some top quality climbing on slightly overhanging 20m routes. I would head there straight from work and try to climb as much as possible in short 2 hour sessions. This was pretty exhausting rhythm but I knew that when the short days start, I will only climb outside on weekends.
Above: Sandra on Mućke (8a) at Rupotine
I manage to climb two beautiful top classic lines: Mućke (8a) and Let3 (7c+), both captured in new video Rupotine session! Hope you will like it!
I am again in plastic rhythm now, trying to balance between regular questions like – burn myself totally in gym or take it easy and try to be good at the weekend. Same as David Falt I also started to train on my Moon fingerboard and I like it a lot. I didn’t train on a fingerboard for years so I have some kind of deja vu now!
Above: The Moon Fingerboard... get yours here: http://www.moonclimbing.com/hardgoods/fingerboard-c-302_317.html
The new area Klobuk is now the number one choice for the last few weekends. It is huge crag with just 15 routes bolted but already we can call it a top spot! I helped in the development by doing FA’s in freshly bolted Toleranca, Passo doble and Reposa activa all weighting somewhere around 7b/c. It is so exciting to explore new terrain, brush untouched tufas and spend time with friends in this beautiful place. I Love this game!
Above: The Central Wall at Klobuk
Above: Toleranca, one of the best routes on Klobuk so far.
Above: The great tufa climbing at Klobuk
Check out the Vimeo video here: http://vimeo.com/32359972