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Freezing conditions, snow and dodgy passes are not enough to keep the Lost crew from bouldering through the Rockies! They will brave snow and ice to climb the best granite Colorado has to offer. The Lost crew are back and goin' alpine!!
Joe's Valley in Utah is made up of three areas: Left Fork, Right Fork and New Joe's, all of which the Lost crew found FORKING AWESOME. And you can bet, if the Lost crew goes to Joe's, you had better well expect butter-finger doughnuts, sandstone boulders and the aquatic center...
The crew has arrived in Las Vegas and they're ready to gamble (with the hot weather), gorge out (on endless buffets) and climb (just climb). They're here for the classic climbing routes and boulders among the Red Rock cliffs.
The Lost crew find themselves in The Pleasant Valley; deep in the Eastern Sierras, in California's high desert. The Grandiose boulders of the Buttermilks, the pocket rockets of The Happies, and the caves of the Sads will be stones we'll never forget.
Yosemite has always been a popular climbing destination, and the crew have recently "lost" their way into the park and found some brilliant bouldering there. The crew are now in the birthplace of American rock climbing.
Neither rain, lightening nor a leaky camper-van is going to stop the Lost crew from finding the best bouldering problems in Squamish, BC. Or at least the overhung, less wet ones... The Lost crew drive to British Columbia and find themselves amongst old growth Evergreen trees and huge granite blocks to climb.
When Beat Kammerlander established the route "Silbergeier" (8b+/5.14a) in 1993, it is unlikely he ever expected it to become the multi-pitch route of choice for climbing's bouldering fraternity. However in recent years, despite its technical, slabby style and sparse bolting, the line has seen numerous ascents from climbers more commonly in the news for their efforts closer to the ground.
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