Brad Gobright tried out the Red Rocks in March 2017 together with Alex Honnold on the Multipitch-Route „Dreefee“ (8b). Unfortunately, the climb did not succeed and also crashed Brad on the descent 10 meters on a plate. In November, he came back with Ben Hanna. He would like investing a several months of work in the route. But then, he needed only a few days at the end. The route, which is located on the Rainbow Wall, was freed for the first time in 2013 and runs along long distances with the „Crazy World“ (5.7 / A4) route, which was opened by Bart Groendyke and Todd Alston in 1992. Last week he returned again for the video below. Brad to Climbing: „“The climbing is funky and technical and almost every pitch has a brutal boulder problem on it. There’s two pitches of 5.12 and five pitches of 5.13 and a few slightly scary sections,” he explains. In October 21 in 2017, Brad Gobright and 24-year-old American climber Jim Reynolds set a blistering new speed record on the Nose, on El Capitan, Yosemite, of 2 hours 19 minutes and 44 seconds. Read Rock and Ice’s full report of Gobright and Hanna’s send of Dreefee here. Photo: (c) Daniel Gajda (Gajda Photography)