Over the moors says to take 2 size 4 cams for True Grit (E3 5c). Is anyone able to comment on what cams that means? If it's old friends i think im probably sorted, if it's camalots that might be an issue. Yes I know its not very adventurous to ask but there's not much point going all the way up there just to find out I need another giant cam, so any info would be brilliant.
Ps dont worry, if i get it in one i wont be logging it as an onsight
Aren't tech friends and C4s roughly the same in size 4? I think it's 64 - 100mm in friends and about 65 to 110mm in C4s. So, the C4 is a bit bigger but... should be roughly right?
Thanks for that! For some reason I thought tech friend 4 was more like dragon 5 but don't know what i based that on as I've never used one. Maybe i should have said that the cams at my disposal are 2 blues, a silver and a big purple, all dragons
> Yes I know its not very adventurous to ask but there's not much point going all the way up there just to find out I need another giant cam, so any info would be brilliant.
If you have an extra large cam, is it really that much of a hardship to take it? I know Ravenstones is a longer than average walk in for The Peak, but it's still not really that far from the car park.
Thanks all, in the end i just took everything up there and abbed down beforehand to make sure something would fit (set off too early this morning to see most of these comments). I wasn't averse to carrying up a big bag of cams, rather I wanted to make sure the gear wasn't so specific I was better off waiting to go with someone who had another of the right piece.
Anyway brilliant route, nice and clean at the moment. The crag had a slightly neglected air, it's a brilliant one for this hot weather and definitely deserves more traffic