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Saintethique


Sep 11, 2010, 9:37 AM
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Bouldering in Peru-Ayacucho-Bosque de piedra
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Peru has his own bouldering paradise.
It's called Bosque de piedra and awaits the opening of hundreds of new problems...


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curt


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Can you provide any more info? Thanks.

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I'm working on that...
Check the evolution on this new blog I'm dedicating to this area http://boulderperu.blogspot.com/


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yanqui


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Well I'm glad you're having fun and all, but in all seriousness your video isn't gonna get many people shelling out plane fare. On the other hand, some of the photos make the area look kind of promising. Do you know if this is one of those places Wolfgang Gullich visited years ago?


Saintethique


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I've been out of climbing for a while ... the area just made me wanna climb again and share it ... that, for me, is already a lot ;)
I do not spend my time watching video's or reading magazines about climbing ... been there done that ...and of course my video was not an attempt to compeet with what is on the market ... as you point out the pictures are what it is about I was just fooling around by myself after years of not climbing and not knowing what to expect from the rock and really enjoyed it.
I should hope ther were climbers there before and hope there will be more in the future because its really a magick area.


Saintethique


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Step by step more info...
http://boulderperu.blogspot.com/2010/09/defining-area-with-pictures.html


jolery


Nov 17, 2010, 8:59 AM
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looks sweet, will check it out if I make it back that way


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It sure is :) feel free to contact me If you're in the neighbourhood


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