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The Prow*** f7C / V9

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[James Squire seaks out an amazing overhanging prow at Sand Point., 3 kb]Located in the Middle Hope bay in a small wavewashed cove. From crouching/sitting on a juggy pocket and a good sidepull at the bottom of the large prow, climb strait up to the top via sharp crimps, sidepulls and heels to an easier top out. (Obviously the side and back walls are not in!)
Martin Crocker? James Squire?

Photo: James Squire seaks out an amazing overhanging prow at Sand Point. © Beastly Squirrel
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This climb is in 7 logbooks, and on 5 wishlists.

quality problem, grade doesnt matter is just really fun. (....however.....thought dave was a bit harsh, maybe soft but felt harder than 7a+, havent bouldered in the lakes though!)
tom106 - Sent x - 04/Nov/13

Worth stopping off for. Very good and very soft. 2 stars. First "7c" since ankle break, though it can't be harder than 7b with my sequence - lakes 7a+'s felt much harder the other week!
Dave-Westlake - 11/Aug/13

Repeated for film
Beastly Squirrel - Sent rpt - 31/May/13 with Dad

Great line, thanks to Hamish for telling me about this. Took about an hour. A bit sharp though!
Beastly Squirrel - Sent x - 12/Feb/13 with Dad

i_a_coops - 2013

Hidden - Sent O/S - May/10

phsharpy - Sent x - Nov/07

Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
jamie_m, CallumN, KristopherHall, lukeh, Hidden

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