Livin On a Prayer** E6 6c
[The line of Livin On a Prayer E6 6c, 3 kb]9m. Climbing the middle of the leaning wall between Luddites and Trouble at Mill with some very thin moves, gear at 4m wouldn’t do much as you make the 6c move 4m above! small grit like slopers are the only holds with a very complicated sequence make the crux move to a 3finger edge then the most serious move comes when you thought it was all over, reach the final sloping hold just passed the obvious sloping break which has no holds in it at all and pull yourself back to safety, head pointed with no mats and no use of the pegs in the E3s either side. *HIGHBALL V7*
Morgan Preece 19/Mar/2011

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What a hidden gem... Well done to Morgan and Sam on the making of both the video and the first and second ascent. This is one scary route with some real cool dynamic moves!
MathewWright1998 - Solo - 19/Sep/15 with Lewis Edwards

Got this route linked and sorted after my first session. Just have to get convident on the moves before making the Highball with no pads! Made the other routes next to it no problem at all. Fantastic and very dynamic moves! Well done to the first ascenders... This must had been a scary one!
MathewWright1998 - TR RP - 2015

Hidden - Sent - 28/Nov/14

Psyched to do this! Hardest grade ive climbed and a second ascent so cant complain. Ground up highball! Psyched to see what else ill get ticked this season. All respect for Morgan doing the first ascent in trad style, that would be f-ing scary. Finally, if anyone else goes for highball, loads of pad and carefull placement needed!!
LITTLE SAM - Sent - 01/Apr/13 with matt smith, Morgan Preece

Its now a highball!! :D Amazing to see Sam get the second ascent. Never been that scared spotting someone. maybe call it V7 highball? have to see what future ascents think.. friction was amazing today. never felt that easy.
MorganPreece - Sent x - 01/Apr/13 with George Filming for HDrock films

Trying ground up with pads, almost broke my ankle. Bloody scary route, be back with more pads.
cover09 - Sent dnf - 10/Dec/12 with Toodoo.M

Managed to do all the moves, and almost linked it at least 4 times(lost too much skin for many more goes). Found the lower crux a lot harder than the 2nd Watched two other people manage the lower crux without the heelhook.
EliotStephens - TR dnf - 25/Apr/11

A massive project for me!! took me a few months of working and working, only ever linked it 3 times on a top rope, but felt so strong today i had to lead it felt so good! amazing to get this done, phyced out of my head at the moment! thanks to matt for belaying me and will and chirs for phyceing me up! The Grade, harder than most E6s Ive been on, its easy to mess up, very thin, very run out, the ground fall is savable if you have usain bolt belaying! when i lower off the crux on a top rope with a tightish lead line attached i landed a foot off the floor. :S On a top rope its about Fr7bish and i guess could be highballed at V6ish, hope this helps any one who wants to give it ago! goodluck, let me know if you do it!
MorganPreece - Lead RP - 19/Mar/11 with Will Kilner, christopher gregory, Jessy

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