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td72 27/Dec/16 TR RP

Glad to have got this on my second session. first 6c tried on sandstone. got to the box via a big drop knee off of matched hands on the lower side pull/gaston. then got a reverse hand jam high feet then big move to the break. Great route, one of the best problems on sandstone by far!

with Mike M
td72 04/Dec/16 TR dnf

Got to the jam and then couldn't quite get to the break, going to come back and work it soon. Mike found a really good drop knee that worked to help get into the square.

with Mike M, Bryan Stevens
Henry.Todman 10/Jul/15 TR dnf
Hidden 15/Jun/14 TR RP
jacobjacob 05/Jul/13 TR RP
dan gibson 10/Apr/11 TR RP

tried a few times over the years, nice to finally figure it out.

with anna barnes
themidnightninja ?/Jul/08 TR
Rob Kennard ??/2007 -
Hidden ??/2004 -
Matt Saunders ??/1987 Solo

Very fond memories of that route. Top roped it to death. Once youknow the tricks with the feet it comes together . Soloed on a whim of confidence. One of those magic days. Fond memories of that area. Strong Mcllelland , Knight , Hayes and Wickham . Happy Days. Matt.

Jules morgan ?/Jun/79 Lead G/U

Took 6 months to figure this out, had to remove pegs, mid point and a wooden chock at lip. Click on photo to see moves explained. Its a counter intuitive route , do the opposite of what is obvious.

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