In July of 2013, Sasha DiGiulian traveled to Waterval Boven in South Africa in hopes to make the first ascent of an open route bolted in 2008 by Andrew Pedley. The climb, which is a blank faced wall made of bullet proof sandstone, involved incredibly techy moves, tiny edges and even a crack feature. Sasha worked the problem like a pro- as always- and freed the route. She later named the it, Rolihlahla, after Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. Rolihlahla meaning: troublemaker.