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Alex Mason 27 Feb Lead O/S Quality. Had climbed the first 3m or so and reversed stripping kit around 7 or 8 years ago in greasy conditions. Bottom groove felt hard to me (6b). The runners are about 70% ok but escaping the top of the groove I totally boxed and in 'do or die' mode. At this point I thought it was game over, getting so pumped on the 'bold' bit but it turns out the rest of the route is an absolute joy; still pumpy but nothing like the horrors below.
with George Ullrich
Quality. Had climbed the first 3m or so and reversed stripping kit around 7 or 8 years ago in greasy conditions. Bottom groove felt hard to me (6b). The runners are about 70% ok but escaping the top of the groove I totally boxed and in 'do or die' mode. At this point I thought it was game over, getting so pumped on the 'bold' bit but it turns out the rest of the route is an absolute joy; still pumpy but nothing like the horrors below.
with George Ullrich
Mick Lovatt 27 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
with Streaky
with Streaky
Jack Geldard ??, 2016 -
henwardian 25 Jul, 2015 2nd Start is sketchy as hell. You should expect to deck if you snap any of the holds or pump out in the first 8 metres. My partners first runner fell out as he was placing his third and his third (a cam) fell out along with a block of rock it was placed in when he was a little higher up. After the loose start it's a cracking route. (Second details - I jumared the shit out of it)
with Henry
Start is sketchy as hell. You should expect to deck if you snap any of the holds or pump out in the first 8 metres. My partners first runner fell out as he was placing his third and his third (a cam) fell out along with a block of rock it was placed in when he was a little higher up. After the loose start it's a cracking route. (Second details - I jumared the shit out of it)
with Henry
Tom Livingstone 14 Nov, 2014 Lead G/U Yeeeehooooooo! Ground up, second go. Easy when you know how!
with John Orr
Yeeeehooooooo! Ground up, second go. Easy when you know how!
with John Orr
Tom Livingstone 5 Nov, 2014 Lead dog Putaaaa! Fell off in the bottom of the V groove, right near the top! Took a nice big ride. Pumped out of my tree, did 'one last-effort slap' about four times! Gutted. Dogged to the top, psyched to come back and finish this off. Easily 3 stars
with John Orr
Putaaaa! Fell off in the bottom of the V groove, right near the top! Took a nice big ride. Pumped out of my tree, did 'one last-effort slap' about four times! Gutted. Dogged to the top, psyched to come back and finish this off. Easily 3 stars
with John Orr
nathanlee 26 May, 2014 Lead O/S Not that loose really. Above the ledge it all seemed solid. Mega route, bold and sandy into pumpy and safe.
with goli
Not that loose really. Above the ledge it all seemed solid. Mega route, bold and sandy into pumpy and safe.
with goli
Hidden 16 Nov, 2012 Lead
zero six ?Jul, 2012 2nd O/S Not that into loose routes which are steep enough to require pulling hard on bad rock - getting up it cleanly seemed to rely more on being lucky with the rock rather than any skill beyond a bit of fitness.
Not that into loose routes which are steep enough to require pulling hard on bad rock - getting up it cleanly seemed to rely more on being lucky with the rock rather than any skill beyond a bit of fitness.
Hidden ?May, 2011 -
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