Thought my abs might explode... and came away with mean gravel rash from several attempts at using my rib cage as a third hand. In the end just pulled really damn hard. Nice but sharp, gravelly and wierd. Just my kind of kick.
Had to dig it out from under a metre of drift wood and 2 giant (but luckily bone dry) trees! Happy that I started and finished at the right spots and probably V6. Did it without the chockstones too but don’t think V8. Basically pulled on, threw a heel and gunned it to the top. Think I can invisage a nicer harder sequence to do to take the tick (and that would be the classic line too... compression central!). That said with a forecast of 60mm tomorrow someone’s probably going to have a whole lot of tree removal to do again!
Tricky and definitely worth doing to get extra bang for your buck from this great little bloc! Possibly harder if you're tall. As I feel the original Caddis line is only V5, I feel this extended start adds one grade bringing it to V6.
Tricky little thing, but I feel V7 is a bit high. I think it's closer to V5, but then again I'm quite short and fit it pretty well. After ticking this, I then proceeded to add an extended start (begin on small slopey holds, along with high right heel hook, 1 Metre to the right of the huge starting jug) which I called THE CADDIS CONNECTION (V6)