/ 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.
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