Rob Sutton - DWS - Never Kneel to Skeletor - F7c+by Jack Geldard & midgets of the world unite Jul/2010
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Stu Littlefair commented:
"Although not the most difficult DWS route at Stair Hole, Lulworth, the route has held out despite attention from many strong climbers, perhaps because it features a savagely technical crux very high on the route."
Rob did the route on his third go, with no roped inspection, climbing from the water up.
Thanks go to Stu Littlefair for this report.
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