/ Adulteress Trial Wall
> I don't know if bolting disputes in Gower can be dealt with through the South Wales BMC Area meetings
I'm sure it'll get discussed at the next meeting (11th Feb, Swansea)
This is the bit I don't get either. All routes mentioned in this thread are good, climb well and are well protected. It all worked fine as it was.
It seems as though people just didn't fancy taking a set of nuts and now The Adultress has a few bolts instead.
Having not gone for a look yet, I'm hoping this is a misunderstanding really.
Having done the adulteress both before and after the addition of the bolts on BMP it makes no difference to the route, and BMP is now a much better route bolted up.
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