10m. Direct finish to Suspension Flake with elegant and precise moves. Do the crux of Suspension Flake and make very reachy moves using the arĂȘte and a small crimp to allow for a precarious move to the final sloper, (crux) with a mantelshelf to top out. There is some dispute about the grade (E1 to E5?!) and it probably depends on the particular eliminate chosen. It would be helpful if those repeating this would vote on the grade.

Rob Stanfield, Jack Bradbrook 11/Nov/2012

El3ctroFuzz 20/May/13 Lead O/S

Slightly overgraded? E1 5a, maybe 5b if your short. I didnt find it nessecary to use the arete. Not really a route, just a harder finish to SF.

with Tim Exley
tim exley ?/May/13 2nd β
with tom bunn
Stanners 11/Nov/12 Lead RP

The quest is over! After putting it off on several trips to dartmoor we finally did it. Very pleased indeed. It is just a variation, but a brilliant and engaging one none the less! Thanks to James for mental coaching and first class belaying ;)

with James Rich, Mark Davis, Jack Bradbrook
Quarryboy 11/Nov/12 Lead rpt

Really didn't think I was going to be able to do this, although I had done it clean multiple times on a toprope several weeks beforehand the first couple of tries on the day I just couldn't stick the precarious crux move. After some practice Rob then led it and gave me a massive inspiration boost. Tried again on the toprope with some slightly different beta and then managed to link it clean 4 times in a row, so with fading light and a lot of pressure I decided that I just had to go for it. So relieved sticking the crux hold as I really didn't fancy an evening in casualty and the pressure of having to come back and do the route again in the future. Definitely the most testing trad route I have done to date.

High E6
Mid E6
Low E6
High E5
Mid E5
Low E5
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
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