/ Peak routes where good footwork is essential
Right Unconquerable - as lay backing feet need good application.
Rusty Wall routes - as the moves are precise.
Get bouldering for feet training or climb aretes and slabs.
Bridging up Goliath's groove.
Warming up on the "Lone Boulder" will help to refine what a good foot hold looks like.
There's different footwork innit?
Grit is all about smearing
Limestone/slate about edging
Steep terrain has different techniques (drop knee, egyptians, etc)
A common piece of advice given is to practice on small slabby boulders.
Something we like trying is the top section of three pebble slab no handed :)
A recent one I did - Rib and Face, an unpopular "easier for the tall" little route at Stanage Pop.
Anything at Stoney Middleton
Chee Tor needs fairly precise footwork ie pocketed limestone
Sorry, didn't notice the grade!
Croiton oil at rivelin is only hvs but none the less fits the bill :)
Three Pebble Slab!
Well if you aren't very strong good footwork is always essential, and if you are very strong, they can just bob along behind!
No it doesn't, good footwork makes every route easier.
Embankment 4 is well hard if you don't use your feet well.
Strapiombante is similar for being vertical, with holds, but tricky for feet
All the Peak slabs up to E1?
After that, it's campusing all the way to E10.
See OP ;-)
Shock Horror Slab, Daydreamer, Pebble Mill.
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