/ NEWS: Paddy Cave Climbs '1984' (IX,9) Lake District
"It was great to get this climbed and the climbing quality, hooks, and nature of the route gives a brilliant winter route with 2 contrasting sections. I am not really too sure about the grade but would suggest IX,9..."
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