At trebanna, right of rattlesnake saloon. It has a grim tendon popping mono undercut move on it. Careful!! (Although it's not nessessary to actually do it using this method unless you're short?)

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
ThunderBeest 7 Nov, 2019 Lead dnf Flashed up to the crux, got shut down and bailed
with Håkon
Flashed up to the crux, got shut down and bailed
with Håkon
Mitch Woodward 4 May, 2019 Lead RP Super technical and beta intensive. Love this line
Super technical and beta intensive. Love this line
Hidden 23 Nov, 2018 Lead β
Toby Dunn 3 Apr, 2016 Lead RP First redpoint after attempt at the onsight.
First redpoint after attempt at the onsight.
Hidden 25 Feb, 2016 Lead dnf
Hidden 22 Feb, 2016 Lead dnf
Hidden 20 Feb, 2016 Lead dnf
Patrick Hill 7 Feb, 2016 Lead RP
with Rach
with Rach
Tophe 1 Jan, 2015 Lead RP
with Tin
with Tin
climbingsheep 1 Apr, 2013 Lead RP
with Shaun Humphreys
with Shaun Humphreys
JRae 1 Apr, 2013 Lead dnf Cool route, really hard. All the moves several times but had an infected finger on the day we went to send it.
Cool route, really hard. All the moves several times but had an infected finger on the day we went to send it.
Hidden 8 Feb, 2013 Lead dnf
dan gibson 1 Jan, 2013 Lead RP
with alice thompson
with alice thompson
Ally Smith 31 Dec, 2012 Lead RP Super thin and techy. Very UK style; hard to on-sight or flash as beta is very body size dependent
with AJM, JM, PD, MW etc
Super thin and techy. Very UK style; hard to on-sight or flash as beta is very body size dependent
with AJM, JM, PD, MW etc
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