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DFrank 26 Jun, 2019 AltLd dnf Its not a week in the mountains without an epic. Left hut at half eight. Walk in was three hours of vertical scree, boulder fields and steep slabs, not the two hour bimble the guide promised. Very committing and scary and no place to fall. Eventually reached crag and Alex and I set off to try Ladders, but backed off cause it was super steep, scrittly and loose. Decided to follow Patch and Orlando up this. This was a mistake. As I was seconding P1, Orlando knocked some of the horrendous amount of scree out of the gully and down towards me. Ducked under a chockstone as a microwave sized block whistled over my head. Climbed up to belay with Alex and abbed out sharpish as I enjoy my head being connected to my body. Traversed boulders for another hour then scrambled up ridge to meet the others topping out at 4pm after what Patch described as 'one of the worst experiences of my life'. Then had three hour boulder field descent back to hut. Would not recommend.
Its not a week in the mountains without an epic. Left hut at half eight. Walk in was three hours of vertical scree, boulder fields and steep slabs, not the two hour bimble the guide promised. Very committing and scary and no place to fall. Eventually reached crag and Alex and I set off to try Ladders, but backed off cause it was super steep, scrittly and loose. Decided to follow Patch and Orlando up this. This was a mistake. As I was seconding P1, Orlando knocked some of the horrendous amount of scree out of the gully and down towards me. Ducked under a chockstone as a microwave sized block whistled over my head. Climbed up to belay with Alex and abbed out sharpish as I enjoy my head being connected to my body. Traversed boulders for another hour then scrambled up ridge to meet the others topping out at 4pm after what Patch described as 'one of the worst experiences of my life'. Then had three hour boulder field descent back to hut. Would not recommend.
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