Traversing the Everdry Wall from right to left. The first third of the problem around the bulge use any of the number of holds to gain the groove. Once round into the groove you need to stay on the low holds to continue left (if you're on a jug - it's out). The sequence is technical and pumpy!

Brendan 25/Apr Sent x

R -> L

with Sion
gurumed 19/Apr Sent x
with Brian
Andy Moles 25/Jul/14 Sent rpt

Following the 'very low' rules this time. Only a touch harder.

with -
Andy Moles 15/Jul/14 Sent x

Obeyed the rules described here but not the ones in the Dumby Bloc guide (went high on the first bit, and didn't go to the very low undercuts). Good custom power-endurance anyway, will probably try it harder ways in future.

with -
Kevin Woods 11/Oct/13 Sent

Totally powered out, but grunted through to the end.

catt 12/Jul/12 Sent x

Officially low. Taking the 7B this time!

JLS 05/Jul/12 Sent dnf
JLS 03/Jul/12 Sent dnf
JLS 24/Jun/12 Sent dnf
JLS 19/Jun/12 Sent dnf
JLS 17/Jun/12 Sent dnf

Worked the last few moves - now for the gazillion attempts to tick.

with Kev G.
JLS 14/Jun/12 Sent dnf
catt 14/Jun/12 Sent x

Followed a logical low line after the corner that fits with the Stone Country Dumby description, would love to take a font 7B but more like 7A+ traverse or better described as a power endurance Fr7b+?? Harder variations exist for sure. Really good though.

with John S
JLS 12/Jun/12 Sent dnf
with catt
jim.macp ?/May/10 -
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