While Missouri may not be the first part of the country that comes to mind when one thinks of rock climbing, the Midwestern state is home to some obscure classics and tons of rad potential. The climbing in Missouri ranges from hand-numbingly sharp at the old school Elephant Rocks to smoother and more friendly at the Silver Mines, a newer area. Check out Aidan Welby and Ben Mangelsdorf tackling some of their home state's testpieces and adding some new problems of their own.
Elephant Rocks: King Midas v4 (FA), Paparazzi Slab v2 (FA), Rosin v6, Crumble Bum Doi v4 (FA), Trojan Man v9
Silver Mines: Cerberus v10 (FA), Move in Silence v9 (FA)
Special thanks to Organic Climbing and Friction Labs Chalk!