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Watch Seb Bouin Climb Rarely Repeated 5.14d

Seb Bouin visits the little-known crag of Seranon and repeats a beautiful 5.14d first established by Enzo Oddo.

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Seb Bouin is doing too much too fast—at least for the poor reporters trying to keep up. In addition to establishing one of the world’s two proposed 5.15ds (DNA in the La Ramirole, a crag in the Verdon Gorge) and then laying waste to Flatanger, where he repeated (and downgraded) Adam Ondra’s Change (5.15b/c) and established what may be the longest steepest single-pitch of sport climbing ever done (Nordic Marathon, 5.15b/c, 430-feet), Bouin has also been on a tour of some of France’s less visited crags, chronicling them in a YouTube series called “Hidden Gems.”

Episode 2 dropped this morning, and it features Bouin climbing in the little-known crag of Seranon, in Southern France, where he snags a repeat of Enzo Oddo’s Comité d’accueil, a highly technical 5.14d with hard moves on garbage feet. Check it out: