Chris Webb Parsons on form in Hueco

Chris Webb Parsons in the Hollow Mountain Cave, Grampians (Australia)UKC News© Chris Webb Parsons (

Australian climber Chris Webb Parsons has had quite a month at the bouldering mecca of Hueco Tanks, Texas.Chris describes himself on his website as “born in England in 1985… …My home is now in the Blue Mountains where I have access to some of the best climbing in Australia.”He has climbed F8c+ routes and also grabbed the second ascent of the famed boulder problem The Wheel of life (V16) – pictured on the right.His tick list (taken from his blog), climbed in less than four weeks at Hueco is:Esperanza V14Slashface V13Diabolique V13Loaded Direct V12Barefoot on Sacred Ground V12Bleeding Brothers V12Platonique V12Diaphonous Sea V12 (flash)Shaken Not Stirred V12Skid Mark V11Power Of Landjager V11Full Service V10 (flash)Loaded With Power V10Free Willy V10 (flash)Power Of Silence V10Glass Ass Crack V9Notorious DIG V9Black Mamba V9Big Nose Millie V9And many more classic boulders…Unfortunately Chris has now injured his shoulder, putting him out of action for the moment. UKC wish him a speedy recovery.You can keep up to date with Chris on his website: chriswebbparsons.comChris is sponsored by: AIRA (Australian Industrial Rope Access), Moon Climbing, 5.10 and Black DiamondDiesen Artikel inkl. Bilder auf anschauen