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Not bad. followed Viv Richards' onsight so couldn't claim same
Not bad, definitely soft for 21, not sure if it should drop down a grade or not.
inaccurate date - done on first vist to crag sometime in 2006. very good little route, and amenable too.
redpoint after one fall. weird moves round the arete, though I subsequently found it can be done witout the straddle ;-)
Now this is hard for a 20, think maybe 21 (it's harder than "I don't like mondays"). dirty in the lower breaks but that will come clean eventually ;-)
date is inaccurate, did this ages ago on my first visit to otherland. nice little route.
Very much liked it, though the bottom section is awkward. There are two no-hands rests that I found, which is kinda fun if you want your belayer to grab a picture or two.
Flashed after partner onsighted.
This thing is pretty horrible IMO (same for my partner) had trouble with the start, dropped off, restarted, got the the second bulge and decided I wasn't happy, rested, then finished. Yuck.
Pretty neat, but thin. had trouble with the crux at first. got it second redpoint attempt after a filed flash attempt and a redpoint attempt which ended up out of sequence (went on Eccles in-between)
Good bolts! a very pleasant route.
Neat little warm-up, eminently soloable, other than the potentially brittle nature of some holds
good, and now one of our warm-ups at the crag in our ongoing mission to tick everything worthwhile.
Very nice - I like the way it gets progressively thinner to a tough top, then jugs to clip the lower-off.
Took a big whipper off my onsight attempt (belayer significantly lighter than me, ended up way above where I did)
got the redpoint first proper attempt after that, lovely moves and a crag classic. More intimidating than the 22 to the left, but a tad easier physically.
haven't done a lot of trad recently, so this was a nice change.