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Donotello 1 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Both Lower off Bolts for this were loose, could only finger tighten them. 01/07/20
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βeta: Both Lower off Bolts for this were loose, could only finger tighten them. 01/07/20
Cowshit Cowley 8 Jun, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Disappointingly my epileptic friend (recovering from recent brain surgery) couldn’t manage this. Without due thought and in an ill judged attempt at moral support I suggested before he set off that I could ‘probably’ do it in crocs. Sadly once my motor mouth had spoken - the challenge was set. Like a cat on a coffee table I spaffed up the start, requiring a ‘lite’ Westcountry Tug from the belayer just after bolt one. The top out was mine after deviating off route (mildly right at the bottom and left at the sharp end) just far enough to draw heckles from the crowd. Defo not 6b+ if you follow my course but great for a Henleaze & Westbury on Trym Mountaineering, Climbing and Alpine Club (HWOTMCAC) pub story of "the day i sent a 6b+ in crocs" in years to come. In overview this is an easy on the grade route that I would recommend however my hands will take 6-8 weeks to recover having effectively campused it . Ps For clarity the crocs did not have the ankle strap engaged.
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βeta: Disappointingly my epileptic friend (recovering from recent brain surgery) couldn’t manage this. Without due thought and in an ill judged attempt at moral support I suggested before he set off that I could ‘probably’ do it in crocs. Sadly once my motor mouth had spoken - the challenge was set. Like a cat on a coffee table I spaffed up the start, requiring a ‘lite’ Westcountry Tug from the belayer just after bolt one. The top out was mine after deviating off route (mildly right at the bottom and left at the sharp end) just far enough to draw heckles from the crowd. Defo not 6b+ if you follow my course but great for a Henleaze & Westbury on Trym Mountaineering, Climbing and Alpine Club (HWOTMCAC) pub story of "the day i sent a 6b+ in crocs" in years to come. In overview this is an easy on the grade route that I would recommend however my hands will take 6-8 weeks to recover having effectively campused it . Ps For clarity the crocs did not have the ankle strap engaged.

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