6. Tough Enough, Tsaranoro Massif, Madagascar
The massive granite walls of Tsaranoro Massif, on the outskirts of Andringitra National Park in southern Madagascar look imposing, but most are under 1,400 feet and can actually be scaled in a day. But Tough Enough, on the east face of the Karambony formation, is considered one of the world’s hardest multi-pitch routes (that’s a route that’s split into two or more pitches, or sections of a route that requires a rope between two belays). There are 10 super technical pitches, eight of which Adam Ondra managed on his first try when he made his first ascent on the line in 2010.
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