Watch Seb Bouin Climb Rarely Repeated 5.14d

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This article originally appeared on Climbing

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 Comite d'accueil, a highly technical 5.14d with hard moves on garbage feet. Check it out:

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