/ 7a in Kent 'chimera' on bottom rope???
I always loved that they used a Laura Veirs song on that!
Cheers for the enlightenment.
Seems a bit odd to me. there are many climbs on the Forest of Dean sandstone that cannot be protected due to the similar nature of the rock and the only notable ascents are solos.
Local effics mate, local effics! Besides everyone knows that those Forest of Deanie guys are brick hard... well, harder than the rock, anyway.
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