Alex Puccio climbed her sixth 8B+/V14 with her FA ‘Super Low Chimichanga Right’. The climb is a variation of ‘Chimichanga’, 8B/V13, which Puccio completed last year in June. Hard to believe, but true, Alex now has over 30 grade 8B boulders and harder on their ticklist. On the same day she also managed “Super Low Chimichanga Left” (V13 / 8B).
“Soft Maybe FA!?? Adds a 4 move V8-9 into the V13. Chimichanga is really my style to a T so not too sure of the grade,” wrote Puccio on 8a.nu. “The super low is definitely harder the shorter you are. You have to do more moves and get really spread out!”
“Did this super low start to Chimichanga Right the other day really quickly, 30 min or so,” wrote Puccio. “The name ‘Super Low Chimichanga Right’ V14. Might be an FA, but really it’s just adding a V8/9 into the V13. Psyched to be out in the sun and getting in some rock!!!”
Photo: (c) Robin Oleary