Iron Knuckles, the problem he put up last week, but of about the same difficulty, making it his second ~8C.
Christof says it's difficult to compare the two problems. They are totally different. For example... Styrian Delirium is much longer than Iron Knuckles. It's limestone, Iron Knuckles is Granite/Gneiss. It's steeper with a lot of underclings and it has a little rest in the middle, but they are both quite long and I tried them both for a long time.
And the conditions are still good?
Today was a little colder than the rest of the week, it was also pretty windy. The sun comes in at the late afternoon. So it's quite good. And it's even better for such long lines when it's not too cold.
No, I normally have to work but I got another job in the same company at the 1 of June. I also will move back home to Zillertal. So I have a lot of extra motivation to finish some unfinished business. The fact that my shape is peaking at the moment makes it even better. So maybe I will take a few more days off from work.
Would be really cool to finish my hardest project which is the harder exit to Iron Knuckles. Already made really good links two days ago.
Alright, sounds good, fingers crossed for you!
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