/ "in my hour of need", ban y gor

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Stone Muppet - on 15 Sep 2016
Can anyone tell me where this route is? I failed to see a line of bolts between "no way out", which comes off a half height belay with a bolt with a ring on, and the vegetated corner to the left which is presumably "home is where the heart is"? Once round the corner the next thing looks to be "wye don't you just".

Working from the sportsclimbs.co.uk topo.
Gary Gibson - on 16 Sep 2016
In reply to Stone Muppet: there is definitely a line of bolts right of Home is where the Heart is, about 3m to the right, unless of course it has vegetated over. It starts at 'ground level' and not the half height ledge and finishes atop a slab.

Stone Muppet - on 16 Sep 2016
In reply to Gary Gibson:

presumably the line of bolts going up the thin crack is the 'easy access pitch' for the set of three? so how far left of that am I looking?

could be that it's overgrown or maybe I missed them in the fading light...
aln - on 16 Sep 2016
In reply to Stone Muppet:

Nothing to add to the topic but I was reminded of this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGfSgeziN40
Gary Gibson - on 16 Sep 2016
In reply to aln: it's a Christians song.

aln - on 17 Sep 2016
In reply to Gary Gibson:

The Christians didn't form until the late 80's, this was from Gram Parsons 1973 album Grievous Angel.
Gary Gibson - on 17 Sep 2016
In reply to aln: the route name comes from a Christians song and relates to my serious accident at Ban y Gor.

aln - on 17 Sep 2016
In reply to Gary Gibson:

Ah right OK.
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Stone Muppet - on 19 Sep 2016
Spotted the bolts yesterday btw. They are under a bit of ivy.

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