Accomplished young climber Sasha DiGiulian travels to South Africa and completes a first ascent in Waterval Boven, naming it “Rolihlahla,” which is South African president Nelson Mandela’s middle name.
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Submitted by InfinityList
Endless questions without answers, one after another. Sleepless nights, days of planning, studying, fine-tuning
and the same, continuous questions in my mind, incessantly, always the same questions, always.
In what part of the world is it still possible to find unexplored areas? Where is it still possible to leave the first footprint in the snow? Where can you enjoy maximum isolation? Is there a place where you can be on your own without compromise, away from everything and everyone, counting only on yourself and your own resources?
If there is a place like this, if you try and combine all these aspects with top level free climbing, not many possibilities are left.