/ NEWS: Bob Hickish - Hard New Routes - E8 and 8c
Start up Infinite Gravity to level with the 10th bolt, swing out left past a large hanging spike and underneath the big roof to deposit you at the bottom of the hanging 30 degree orange wall that makes the other side of the huge ships prow...
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=64181
8c in Dorset. Pretty momentous day.
Pretty sure Ken Palmer has done Cocoon (E8 6c)
Yes he did, I remember him repeating it in the 90's. 8a on dodgy pegs
Excellent news for Dorset, and great to see Bob pushing the sport and trad limits on the South Coast.
... apparently with a good Friend 4 in the middle of the roof. I believe some of the pegs are now missing and it's had no attention for some time (that I've heard of anyway)...
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