/ NEWS: More DWS for Gav Symonds - Cutlass F8a+
Cutlass, first climbed by Neil Gresham, is one of the hardest deep water solo routes in the UK.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=57082
Quick question - if it's a V8/9 boulder problem, why is it an F8a+?
Isn't that nearer V11/12?
No. V11/12 moves on a route tend to be short bouldery 8b+/8c's.
Ah - my bad.
Got Font 8a+ and French 8a+ mixed up :)
All my days. Bon effort for Gav, less so for the comments.
Ah - didn't realise we weren't allowed to ask questions or make mistakes.
Elsewhere on the site
The Epicentre Mega Winter Sale starts in store 9am Christmas Eve. We have a great selection of in store only deals from... Read more
On Saturday 13th December Greg Boswell and Guy Robertson kicked off their Scottish winter season early by making the... Read more
This years ROCfest will be slightly different. We've decided to run a Climbing Festival, not just a competition! Over... Read more
F ounded in 1993, Mountain Hardwear are a pretty young mountaineering clothing and equipment manufacturer but are also one of... Read more
At a bar in Llanberis an old man chimed in And I thought he was out of his head Being a young man I just laughed it off When... Read more