Justin Edl

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Justin Edl (born 1981 in Laramie, Wyoming) is a leading American rock crack climber. Edl began climbing at the age of 18. While climbing near Laramie, Wyoming, he completed his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at the University of Wyoming. He has established his skills in several types of climbing, including bouldering, sport climbing, and hard traditional climbing. He has made many challenging first ascents, primarily in the Vedauwoo rock climbing area in Southeast Wyoming. Edl has traveled extensively throughout the American west and completed a number of difficult climbs. He is a strong advocate of off-width crack climbing and bouldering and has done much to develop and promote the popularity of this specialized form of rock climbing in Wyoming and beyond.

Notable ascents

  • 2004: Eight Ounces to Freedom, 5.13-, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[1]
  • 2004: It, 5.12+, Vedauwoo, Wyoming
  • 2004: Squat, 5.12, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[2]
  • 2004: Trip Master Monkey, 5.12, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[3]
  • 2005: Big Bob’s Big Wedge, 5.12, Joshua Tree, California[4]
  • 2005: Deliverance, V8, Yosemite Valley, California[5]
  • 2005: The Process of Belief, 5.13- FA, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[6]
  • 2006: The Crackhouse, 5.13-, Moab, Utah[7]
  • 2006: Monsters Incorporated, 5.13-, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[8][9]
  • 2006: The New World Order, 5.12, Moab, Utah[10]
  • 2007: Equilibrium, 14- FA, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[11]
  • 2007: FUDG Crack, V9, Poudre Canyon, Colorado[12]
  • 2007: The Red Snapper, 5.13, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[13]
  • 2007: Simiantics, 5.11 FA, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[14]
  • 2007: Trench Warfare, 5.12+, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah[15]
  • 2007: The Vedajuicer, 5.14- FA, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[16]
  • 2009: Home on the Range, 5.14- FA, Vedauwoo, Wyoming[17][18]

Sponsorships

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