vše Polish Star 8B
Odchod Z Inferna 7C+
Last weekend I went to Poland with my brother, our main destination was a roof near Szklarska Poreba. The sky is clear and it's quite chilly, the ceiling is nicely frozen. My plan is clear, to climb Czech Star. Polish guys have improved the landing area a lot so the trying is much more pleasant. First I try the second part of Czech Star, which I send immediately after preparing the steps, so I go for the entire line and suddenly I am standing on the top, I am really happy and feeling strong. Right away I follow to a new boulder by Kadej, Polish Star, which is a different class. One much harder step and much harder end, we make our way through the steps. In my first attempt I run out of energy at the end of the ceiling. I have a long break and make it at the next attempt--I am even happier because the line was much harder than Czech Star. I think I wouldn't make it in future attempts, I took advantage of the current shape, great weather and optimum weight.
The next stop is Tanvald, where I manage to climb From Heel and Odchod z Inferna, my brother adds a very hard Antichrist, and then it starts snowing. On the way home we also check on Panťák.