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Sonnie Trotter - Requiem E8 6b
© JLS, May 2008
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Sonnie warming up for Rhapsody by coolly climbing Requiem (E8 6b) in warm, sunny, low friction conditions 13-05-08.
JLS - 13/May/08
So for someone who's not seen E11, where does Rhapsody go here?
Lemony - 14/May/08
Instead of heading right at the end of the vertical crack go straight up the headwall. You should have a go, it's supposed to be really good. Just take a few hexes, you'll be reet.
Dave Foster - 14/May/08
Lemony, where the crack stops going left and heads right is Requiem. If you roughly extrapolate the leftward trending crack to the top you have Rhapsody.
grumpybearpantsclimbinggoat - 14/May/08
So for Rhapsody you follow the crack up to the lowest of the cameramen and go straight upwards?
Red Rover - 14/May/08
If you look to the right of the top cameraman, there is a little piece of pale rock sticking up into the darker stuff, follow a line from the guy's lens to find it. I think that's where rhapsody goes, if i recall.
Robfromcornwall - 15/May/08
In reply to Robfromcornwall, so how much of Rhapsody isn't requiem? Around 20feet?
Red Rover - 17/May/08
PS not detracting from the route just wondering
Red Rover - 17/May/08
Direquiem, Sonnie's new finish to Requiem goes straight up from the top of the crack. Rhapsody goes left from the top of the crack, up, then back right and up.
Michael Ryan - 08/Jun/08
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