Dave Graham Climbing Videos
Dave Graham is an elite climber with an interesting story.
Graham grew up in the northeast and began climbing in 1997. You could say this cat was born to climb since only 1 year later he was climbing 5.14a…quite an incredible feat.
In no time Graham was crushing the routes at Rumney and putting up many new routes.
It was after high school that Graham went to Europe for about 6 years. In this time he sent and put up numerous hard routes.
Dave was not your typical elite climber who appeared in lots of magazines, dvds, or interviews. He more so kept to himself and would occasionally let the climbing world know what he was up to.
It was by keeping to himself that left Graham a mystery and caused many to not really understand this climbing machine.
Check out these videos and let us know what you think.
Baston a la maison ’8c’
During th Petzl Roctrip at Kalymnos, Dave onsighted the first Women Ultimate Route (8b) This beautiful line was a bit wet the first day, so the girls climbed an other routes. But after a couple days of North wind, the route was dry and Dave onsighted the first ascent! This is a really cool video I am sure you’ll like it.
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Dave Graham back in Chaos Canyon
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Dave Graham, Midnight Express, V14
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Dave Graham Rock Climbing Video – Second Ascent of Mandala
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