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Pippa on Grey Panther (E1 5b), on the amazing Kilt Rock, Isle of Skye, Scotland
© Jamie Moss
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Charles Arthur - UKC - 23/Jul/06
Might not be 'technically' the most stunning pic but who cares? It's definitely got that 'I wanna be there doing that route right now!' quality.
feepole - 30/Jul/06
Did this route a few years ago. A full 48m pitch. Sustained, but great bridging ang solid gear... Love this area stunning routes galore!!
Laubie - 03/Aug/06
I hate bridging. What's that enticing looking crack line about 5 meters to the right of the climber?
Nice pic by the way.
MeMeMe - 12/May/07
Thanks. To the right is Internationale E3 5c.
jamiemoss - 13/May/07
Tartan Terror, over on the left, is a stunning crack line - more sustained than Grey Panther but same grade(?). I'd hazard a guess the E3 is an arm-eating offwidth!
sea anenome - 25/May/07
Supposedly it's damn near impossible to cary enough large cams for International!
Alasdair Fulton - 08/Sep/07
Just take three and leap frog them up the crack - no problem. But then again?
Lone Rider - 04/Oct/07
Looks epic just to get to the belay! Is the grass that steep??
Toerag - 19/Jul/10
Ab in and then climb out. I wouldn't fancy climbing the grass at the base!
jamiemoss - 24/Jul/10
Why was this just in the Metro paper today?
Milesy - 28/Aug/12
It was in the Metro? Great! I had some interest in this picture and a few others by a photo agency recently. Don't worry, they are paying...!
jamiemoss - 28/Aug/12
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Daily Record as well. Seen this pic years ago and was wondering why it just appeared haha
Milesy - 28/Aug/12