Tom Bunn has made the first ascent of a striking new E7 at Tintagel Head in Cornwall. Hunter's Moon (E7 6b/c) is protected... [ full story ]
A very serious and important ethical issue has been brought to my attention. It concerns sit-down/assis starts. What constitutes a sit-down/assis start i.e. what does it mean to sit down, or to be even more precise: If you want to make a proper/halal/kosher sit-down/assis, which body part should be the last to leave the ground? Do you have to sit on your ass (that's arse if you're British) or is a crouching start ok?
Now, of course I have an opinion, but I don't want it to bias the poll, so I'll keep it to myself for now.