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Craig on a 6A that looked hard!
© Wilbur, Feb 2005
As this is Southern Sandstone *i think* that those bolts were probably put in to protect climbs a long time back and so that people could lead them. I imagine it was done before people fully appreciated the brittle nature of the rock and top-roping/soloing became the crag ethic. There would be a high likelihood of the bolt/rock failing if one fell on it i suspect. I could be wrong...
Wilbur - 24/Mar/06
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Weren't they placed for aid climbing (and practise), well before the line was climbed free?
Jon Read - 18/Apr/07