Mawson Climbs Muy Caliente! E10Newsflash

© Keith Sharples
Neil Mawson on a recent trip to Pembroke  © Keith Sharples
Neil Mawson on a recent trip to Pembroke
© Keith Sharples
Neil Mawson has headpointed Muy Caliente! (E10) in Stennis Ford, Pembroke.

More details and photos to follow.

Well done Neil!

Neil Mawson is sponsored by Marmot , Zero-G Climbing , Five Ten and Climbing Technology

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17 May, 2011
Nice one Neil. Dick
17 May, 2011
It's getting a lot of repeats compared to most E9+ routes - is that because it's an inspiring line and well suited to sport beasts?
17 May, 2011
Well done Neil. Marq
17 May, 2011
Indeed, it's becoming a trade route. According to Mr McCleod it's a 'soft' E10, so perhaps it's an attractive route for those wanting to push their grade and it's also (relatively) safe for an E10, having good gear but a very long run-out from it. Well done Neil.
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