Excellent!jon - 11/Nov/13
Brilliant Dan, your creativity knows no boundsMike421 - 11/Nov/13
Love it, good concept, good execution!Nick Russell - 11/Nov/13
I bet Dan, that you were continually fluffing the moves and falling...!Sean Kelly - 11/Nov/13
Really great, original and imaginative.Dan-gerMouse - 12/Nov/13
Gave you a 5 for creativity but thinking of downgrading it a few points as you've now blown my onsight attempt.chris fox - 17/Nov/13
Thanks Dan !
Thanks Dan !
I remember having a similar experience, thought i was good on Grit until that spat me off with impunity. Good photothedehydrator - 17/Nov/13
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.UKC Photos - 24/Nov/13
Pure genius, really creative and original but, I`ll be up there soon and will still claim the E2 !mr mills - 24/Nov/13
That face looks ready to topple with all that weight on it, nice shots (another computer generated composition takes first place tut tut ;-)Garbhanach - 24/Nov/13
No head-wedge in the final niche?? Pfffft.Fiend - 24/Nov/13
Thanks guys, this one was a lot of fun.Dan Arkle - 24/Nov/13
Mark Collins - 18/Jan/18
When I was a youth, I took one of my first leader falls on the Rasp after getting completely pumped out after the crux. A few years later, Garan told me that you can get a sneaky knee bar rest, which got me thinking...
On this ascent I found four knee bars, a heel hook and a leg jam. So I'm downgrading it to HVS for anyone who's seen this photo ;)
Thanks to Al for belaying and using the remote shutter device.