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Hello internet,

just wondering if anyone could suggest problems for my ticklist it’s called compression session int north https://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/set.php?id=3868

basically running out of insider knowledge for Northumberland and the Lakes so I’d be keen to know if anyone knows of any good fridge-huggy problems. Can be any grade really but the harder the better. Im excluding the Peak as there’s already a ticklist for compression in the South.

thanks to anyone who replies

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Liamhutch89 12 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

This is right up my street!

I suggest the drey and the prow at Caley crag 

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In reply to Liamhutch89: top man thanks pal

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steveriley 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

Fridgehugger at Blackstone - North enough for you? Not done it

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plyometrics 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

Spring Chicken - Bowderstone 

Mothership Reconnection - Thorn Crag 

Fight On Black - Widdop 

Not sure if those help, or fit your criteria. 

Happy squeezing!

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petegunn 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

Lakes Gouther Crag

J Mascis (f7A+)

Coconutter Start (f7C)

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petegunn 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

St.bees

Jabberjaw (f7B+)

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petegunn 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

Harter gold boulders 

Son of Kong (f7B)

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Ged Desforges 13 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

World line at Queens crag. 

In fact loads of stuff at queen's crag

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In reply to Ged Desforges: way ahead of u mate haha

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In reply to steveriley:

Sounds like it’ll fit in nicely

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In reply to plyometrics:

Top, thanks pal

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In reply to petegunn:

Cheers for these bud, they look mint

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petegunn 14 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

Couple up at Thorn Crag, think someone already mentioned:

Mothership Reconnection (f7A+)

But 

Monster Minds (f7A+)

as well

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Andy Farnell 15 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

The Midas Touch (E6 6c) is a fridge hugging route in Lancs. AFAIK it's not had a full completely side runner free ascent yet.

Andy F

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In reply to Andy Farnell:

Cheers mate looks like there’s actually been two ascents without side runners but nice recommendation ta

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Andy Farnell 16 Feb 2020
In reply to Ciaranunderscoretolan:

They actually used a low side runner to protect the start. I actually wanted to go back and solo the start (in the days before pads were a thing) and do a completely side runner free ascent, but never got round to it.

Andy F  

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