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New Northumberland slab offering from Franco Cookson. I am you E7 7b**
© Russell Lovett, May 2017
Route: I am you (E6 6c)
Climbers: Franco Cookson and Si Litchfeild.
Camera used: Canon 5d
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VOTING: from 71 votes
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Could this be Northumberland,s new hardest slab climb ?
Russell Lovett - 25/May/17Report
No idea but it looks fantastic, if somewhat out of my league!
galpinos - 26/May/17Report
Really nice shot Russel
Wizzy - 26/May/17Report
Cheers wizzy. And thanks to all that have voted.
Russell Lovett - 26/May/17Report
Looks great, really aesthetic. Can Franco employ an editor to stop his route descriptions being such pretentious gibberish though.
Fiend - 27/May/17Report
The next move looks desperate e.g. boing shoved off by that prow to the right. Not to mention the lack of gear for the next 15 feet.
abseil - 28/May/17Report
5* for the route description
stevebarratt - 01/Jun/17Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
UKC Photos - 04/Jun/17Report
Fiend could you stop being such a colossal bellend Ta Xxx
Fergal - 06/Jun/17Report
@Fergal: Your comment makes me tempted to write a 'Like' system for photo comments :oD
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH - 08/Jun/17Report
I love the description! not sure how Franco can climb with those huge steel balls weighting him down!
JoshRawson - 09/Jun/17Report
Cheers to all that have taken the time to comment and vote. Your input is very much appreciated.
Russell Lovett - 09/Jun/17Report
Sandy Crag?
tripehound - 10/Jun/17Report
Not Sandy. This is Coquet View a small crag just before you get to Ravenshugh in the simonside hills. When you get to the fence/stye just before Ravenshugh follow the fence downhill for about five mins and you will find it. You can see it from the path between Simonside Crag and Ravenshugh.
Russell Lovett - 10/Jun/17Report
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