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Oct 17, 2018
That's a high first piece! View Comment
Oct 8, 2018
I managed to thread a big stopper down low to protect the roof move. I am not tall (not short either), but… View Comment
Oct 8, 2018
Really cool route! I'd definitely give it a solid 5.10 rating though. It's well protected, but those move… View Comment
Oct 8, 2018
To echo what Gary Wheaton said (and to clear up any confusion since), you can NOT reach the P1 anchors for… View Comment
Oct 1, 2018
Ahh! So cool! Thanks for taking this and posting it, Charlie! Such a righteous route! View Comment
Aug 30, 2018
Incredible route! Get your nutcraft up to snuff and try not to hesitate through the crux. Get some good g… View Comment
Apr 13, 2018
Be sure to get some solid pro before starting the traverse, try to get something along the way, and have so… View Comment
Mar 16, 2018
Had a great time on the Pulpit yesterday, would have been greater had it not been so blustery! Never climb… View Comment
Jan 16, 2018
Spectacular route, makes for a great day out! As the description says, there is a bit of loose rock - henc… View Comment
Dec 23, 2017
Not PG13. View Comment
Nov 11, 2017
As long as it's dry, the runout from the anchors to the #3 slot is not spicy at all...and I've even done it… View Comment
Oct 31, 2017
Awesome route, incredible area! Last Tango in Paris was amazing too, led it in the golden hour, sun was se… View Comment
Oct 31, 2017
Highly recommend doing in one long mega-pitch with half ropes. If you're climbing in the UK, you ought… View Comment
Sep 26, 2017
A #5 protects the wide crack before the overhang much better, I found it difficult to find a placement for… View Comment
Aug 8, 2017
The hardware on this route is in really poor shape. Most of it is rusted, several of the hangers are loose… View Comment