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1934 - 5+ - La Fissure des Alpinistes - Fontainebleau - Pierre Allain

1903 - 6A - Flipper - Peak District - ? photo (Flipper is the climb on the right, without the cheat stone)

1934 - 5+/6A - Angle Allain - Fontainebleau - Pierre Allain

1946 - 6A - La Marie Rose - Fontainebleau - Rene Ferlet video

1950 - 6B - La Stalingrade - Fontainebleau - Paul Jouy

1950 - 6C/6C+ - La Carre d’As - Fontainebleau - Paul Jouy

1953 - 7A - Le Joker - Fontainebleau - Robert Paragot video

1960 - 7A+ - L'Abattoir - Fontainebleau - Michel Libert video

1958 - 7B - Gill Right Problem - Tetons - John Gill

1959 - 7C - Gill Dynamic Route - Tetons - John Gill

1978 - 7C+ - The Groove - Colorado - John Gill (beats the Haston Problem in the UK by one year) photo description

1977 - 8A - Meathook - Colorado - Jim Holloway (holds may have altered) photo

1975 - 8A+ - Trice - Colorado - Jim Hollaway (subsequent repeats have finished via the rail out right, rather than straight up as per the original finish, but Fred Nicole may have used the original sequence: article) video

1977 - 8B - Slapshot - Colorado - Jim Holloway (allegedly holds have since broken and a key hold was glued back upside down) photo

1992 April - 8B - La Danse Des Balrogs - Valais - Fred Nicole video

1992 Dec - 8B - Enigma - fontainebleau - Philippe Le Denmat (a hold has broken and it is perhaps no longer possible) photo

(Le Mouvement Perpetuel is an 8B climbed in 1989, but seems to be a strange linkup downclimbing one problem, then climbing up another, then downclimbing again, then climbing up again!) description

1997 - 8B+ - Nanuk - Berchtesgaden - Klem Loskot (Fred Nicole's Radja, climbed in 1996, is now considered 8B, due to easier beta) video

2000 - 8B+ - Dreamtime - Cresciano - Fred Nicole (The world's first 8C is now considered 8B+ - some believe it has been chipped and become easier, others believe it was always 8B+) video

2002 April - 8C - Gossip - Frankejura - Markus Bock

2002 Aug - 8C - Monkey Wedding - Rocklands - Fred Nicole (Black Eagle ss, first climbed and graded 8C by Fred in Aug 2002 is now considered 8B+, even though hold loss has made it harder). photo photo photo

2002 Sept - 8C - Viva la Evolution - Tyrol - Bernd Zangerl photo interview

2002 Oct - 8C - Walk Away ss - Fairysteps - John Gaskins photo

2002 Nov - 8C - Emotional Landscapes - Maltatal - Klem Loskot video





Links

Markku Laine's List [1]

Planetfear Records (cached) [2]

Udini Hardest Climbing Moves (still being updated) [3]

John Gill's Website [4]

Planet Mountain [5]

Climbing Away Chronology [6]

Filip Babicz [7]

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