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supersteve - on 07 Sep 2018

In the Baton Wicks 'Fontainebleau Climbs' I notice some on the problems in the circuits are coloured green - anyone know why this might be as I can't find an explanation?

Pedro50 on 07 Sep 2018
In reply to supersteve:

Lichen?

paul__in_sheffield - on 07 Sep 2018
In reply to supersteve:

Haven’t got mine handy, but from memory it’s because the problem is on a ‘named’ boulder which is also coloured green on the map?

Fishmate - on 07 Sep 2018
In reply to supersteve:

I'm sure you mean the circuits guide. If so, what Paul said is correct. A block is normally coloured on most circuits as it will feature the stand out line or a few high quality lines in that sector. E.g. The Dru bloc at Isatis is in green as it boasts a 3* f4+, 5+, 6b, and a 7a+. It also has the best cresta run downclimb in the forest..

Basically, it suggests a good time is waiting...

supersteve - on 08 Sep 2018

Thanks. I'm off to investigate the cresta run...


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