/ Henna Cliff XS
There used to be one on that website that dealt with SW climbing, I think. Was it called Deja Vu? I can't find it any more.
I'd imagine photos of this route are fairly few and far between! At any rate if you want ones with climbers in; there are plenty of shots of the crag on line.
Don't go near it with a barge pole! Instead take warthogs, ice axe, pegs, substantial helmet, a big set of balls and a large slice of lady luck!
I have loads of slides of our ascent, but I haven't got immediate access
If you don't find any then you can get a good view of Henna on the walk into Cornakey when approaching from the south.
Enough to put anybody of I'd have thought.
> you can get a good view of Henna on the walk into Cornakey when approaching from the south.
A la: http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=195535
It's on the DVD hard XS. Funny and harrowing in equal measure!
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