Rockfax Description
The right arete on its left-hand side. The arete on its right-hand side is Project Quantum, f7A+, and the sitting start on the right is f7B. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
This is on the front face of Quantum Butress. And clearly involves a fairly big leap! It is not as hard as it looks.

David Kettle 16/Mar/2007

nathanlee 19/Oct/16 Sent x

Didn't jump. An OK problem, but dirty and dodgy at the top without more pads

with Dave Mayes
galpinos 16/May/12 Sent x

Great problem. Not 7b if you are 6ft (Like me) - no need to dyno, just slap form a good foot so easier than Project Quantum.

with Sam and Tim
Andrew Barker 25/Feb/12 Sent x

The left side of the arete is a totally different proposition to the right side. A 3 star problem which is a little reachy but getting feet high meant I didn't have to make a massive leap. Being very tall would be a big help though! The move to the break is good and the moves to the top are pretty scary, especially for the short. The one downside is the rocky landing - we had seven pads and it still wasn't perfect.

with Cat Black, Chris Taylor, Dan O'Flynn
derico 25/Feb/12 -

Awesome route. If you are around 5ft10" like Bandy this climb would be very easy as the moves would flow nicely and you could position yourself nicely at the top. Anybody over 6ft3" would have to be very talented to do this climb.. for example be way better than Bandy. Chris was a mutant so crushed it!

with Bandy, Dan, Chris, Jack
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