French climber Cedric Lachat gets the fourth climb to Wogü (8c, 9 long), one of the most difficult routes in the Alps and that Beat Kammerlander established in tribute to Wolfgang Güllich in the year 1997, although it wasn't escalated until 12 years later, when in 2009 Reigning World Champion Adam Ondra got his first promotion.
Located in the Austrian Rätikon, their 350 meters in length has numerous crossings and side steps, very exposed and of great difficulty. This is why this epic route took up to 12 years to be repeated.
Regarding its difficulty, seems to have finally found a broad consensus after Adam Ondra's reruns, Edu Marín and Roland Hemetzberger:
L1 – 8c, L2 – 8a, L3 – 8b+, L4 – 8b+, L5 – 8b+, L6 – 8a+, L7 – 7c+.