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An early ascent of Crocodile, Glen Coe
© Grahame N, Jun 1979
Route: Crocodile (E3 6a)
Climbers: Gerry Handren & Jim Melrose
Camera used: Rollei B35
5*VOTING: number of votes 161
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Amazing
Adam Lincoln - 10/Nov/06
Great photo - shows the exposure perfectly. Shows how the grit climbers are only playing at it, with their tiny routes.
ITS - 10/Nov/06
I enjoy climbing on grit. The routes may be tiny but there are some powerful lines. Grahame
Grahame N - 11/Nov/06
Great photo - shows the exposure perfectly. Shows how the grit climbers are only playing at it, with their tiny routes.
ITS - 10/Nov/06
Yawn yawn
Huddy - 12/Nov/06
Isn't this image used in the 1992 SMC glencoe guide?
Daniel Armitage - 13/Nov/06
Definitely seen that somewhere before, think it's in the old SMC Guidebook right enough. Amazing photo.
DougG - 13/Nov/06
Wow. The best actual climbing photo I have seen on here for ages, totally inspiring. Is the route as good as it looks?
Si dH - 13/Nov/06
Abs fantastic photo, and in great UKC tradition some twit has voted rubbish!
Sonya Mc - 15/Nov/06
its amazing and yes 1992 glencoe, i love the way the bleayer can barely watch! or is braced for impact!
alasdair19 - 16/Nov/06
lasonj; probley a boulder.
vinte - 29/Nov/06
Excellent photograph. Doesn't really matter whether it's been in a guidebook or not - excellent pic, committed climbers, committing route. First class!!!
Sgur - 17/Dec/06
For the record, this "ascent" ended with me taking a spectacular head -first whipper of the last pitch.
jozzer - 22/May/07
classic
mark mcgowan01 - 01/Jun/10
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