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Hard Rock Challenge - The Scoop, Strone Ulladale

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Mark Stevenson and Rich Mayfield who are attempting to climb all 60 routes in Hard Rock are approaching the end of their first week. At the moment they are attempting to climb The Scoop on Strone Ulladale, Harris. If all goes well they will be in Glencoe on Saturday.

For a full update on their progress go to:

The Hard Rock Challenge Blog: www.hardrockchallenge.blogspot.com
The Hard Rock Challenge Website: www.hardrockchallenge.org.uk

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19 Jul, 2007
<Gaelic Pedant> Sron Ulladale </Gaelic Pedant>
19 Jul, 2007
Good on them though, wouldn't fancy doing that route as it is, never mind in the shitty weather that's been round that way in the last few days.
19 Jul, 2007
Surely you mean Sron Uladal?
19 Jul, 2007
I thought the aid version was a harder proposition than the free version. Lots of crappy old fixed gear and the crux 20+ft roof is hard even on aid - esp since Doug Scott's original bolt disintegrated on us 5 yrs ago. Doesnt get done much these days. Definitely one of the best crags in the UK nonetheless.
19 Jul, 2007
Been OK on Mull, done a lot the last few days.
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