Landman On Dreamtime

Following yesterday´s report on Tyler Landman climbing Dreamtime we have the following message from Ty himself: In October I had 2 and a bit days on Dreamtime, but it was still a bit hot. I did the stand (start) and worked on the beginning but by the time I got to the jump move it was a bit too greasy. Returning a month later I felt a lot stronger and first day back on the problem did it 2nd go. It felt easy and I didn?t scream or anything, it felt like it did in my dreams. It has been a great year and next up is Hueco. I am really excited for many problems and i am moving to Boulder in a couple weeks as well, so Dreamtime for me signifies the end of an era in Europe (until I return) and the beginning of a new one in America. I believe the problem to be proper 8B+. It felt (relatively) difficult to me so maybe harder 8B+ but that could just be because I am a bit short. Both photos are of Ty on the actual ascent, both courtesy of Adam Lincoln. I don?t think it is quite hard enough for 8C and I can not comment on chipping because I did not see it when it was first done, but I can say that it is in my opinion the most impressive and aesthetic boulder I have ever climbed on and whether it has been chipped or not, I don?t think it takes away from Dreamtime. ———————————————————————– If you have any news worth reporting please contact Matt – / 0114 2969114 ———————————————————————–