In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com: Good grief, the last time I saw Mark Pretty and Chris Plant would have been the very first time I ever went to Ravens Tor in 1989. Mark was hanging around on his project that eventually became Make It Funky while Chris was on belaying duties. Bloody hell I'm feeling old now!
> (In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com)
> OK, I'll bite. What was the hardest bit of bouldering or lead climbing IN THE WORLD that Jerry managed ?
Off the top of my head and only FAs,
for bouldering, probably The Ace at Stanage (Ft8b - 2000)
for sport routes, possibly Liquid Ambar at LPT (F8c?F8c+?? - 1990?)
for trad routes, probably Masters Wall at Cloggy (E7 - 1983) (or Samson at Burbage if you want grit)
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