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Equilibrium gets its third ascent

© Mark Turnbull
James Pearson has made the third ascent of Neil Bentley's Burbage South test-piece Equilbrium. This route follows the blunt arete just right of the Boggart, and left of the prow taken by Parthian Shot and was put up by Neil in 2000 and graded E10. Since then Neil Gresham has repeated it in December 2002.
  • Photos on UKBouldering (scroll down the thread).

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    7 Mar, 2005
    Sorry for not being in the know {i'm sure i'm not the only one} but does James have a second name per chance?
    7 Mar, 2005
    Is it Master Pearson up to his old Tricks? Well done James if so - good effort! Si
    8 Mar, 2005
    yes it was james pearson... Photos on the ukbouldering link above
    8 Mar, 2005
    did he "confirm" the grade?
    8 Mar, 2005
    i thought the route went straight up the arete?? if im right, then so surly its not a true ascent as hes got a piece of gear on the face to the left of the arete - am i right? but still, bloody good effort! im his age and cant do the first few moves!! :o(
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