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  • MoonS7 Mushin Pant by MoonS7 Mushin Pant
Bouldering 24 May 2007 - 10:10:12 Posted by Freak      

Tim Clifford frees The Room Project: possible 8C in Squamish

Strong Yorkshire black horse Tim Clifford recently managed to realise a long standing dream: move to Canada!

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Tim clifford on the Osogna Project
Tim Clifford on the Osogna Project
(Cresciano - Switzerland)

Ph: Moonclimbing.com
1 month after moving to Canada Tim managed to free the long standing Room project at Squamish, BC (Canada).

Tim commented his ascent as follows on MoonCLimbing.com:

"Definitely the best problems I've been lucky enough to do the first ascent of and one of the best problems I've done. It's also possibly the hardest thing I've done."

Tyler Landman, that just joined the MoonClimbing.com team, tried The Room  project a in 2005 and had the following to say about it:

"Tim Clifford's effort is VERY impressive. This has been a project for forever and has been tried by some of the best climbers in the world, including Chris Sharma. Although i have not tried it, from what i've heard and seen, I think this is for sure 8b+ and could very well be 8c. I understand Tim likes to keep his climbing on the down low, but this problem deserves publicity. This problem is serious stuff. The real deal!"

You can read the full report on MoonClimbing.com


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» The Osogna Project falls: freed by Tim Clifford
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