Start on Anti-hero (Full) sidepull undercut then traverse left and finish up Own narrative

It is often climbed starting on the flat crimp rail from Antihero now, adding a couple more moves, but no big change in difficulty.

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Ben Turner 10 May Sent x 7c - I found anti-hero harder.
7c - I found anti-hero harder.
Haydn Jones 26 Apr Sent x 7C+ High quality
with Steve mclure
7C+ High quality
with Steve mclure
Pajamas Tom 20 Jan -
Thomas Hirons 6 Nov, 2018 Sent x First of the grade https://www.instagram.com/p/Bp4RYA9nYfC/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=74kxxikjff5y
First of the grade https://www.instagram.com/p/Bp4RYA9nYfC/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=74kxxikjff5y
lx 18 May, 2014 Sent
Orrin Coley 7 May, 2014 Sent x Quality line, full on aggressive climbing at about V10. Started with both hands on the crimp rail as for Anti Hero short. Adds a move or two, but much more logical starting position. (but with the left hand Crimp often wet I can see why you'd not bother)
Quality line, full on aggressive climbing at about V10. Started with both hands on the crimp rail as for Anti Hero short. Adds a move or two, but much more logical starting position. (but with the left hand Crimp often wet I can see why you'd not bother)
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