...there are stories that the move has been done once but thats it.
the gaston/ chimney method, ... , the layback + jump method.
The Bransby did the very steep arete on the Cratcliffe boulder today. About 7c ish was the verdict, but very high and the landing is a horror show.
The Bransby did the very steep arete on the Cratcliffe boulder today. About 7c ish was the verdict, but very high and the landing is a horror show. Still the slab to the left, and the real biggie up the middle of the overhanging wall to do yet. Bouldering for the brave, I reckon!
In the light of the recent discussion here of what is and is not a boulder problem, what style was this very high problem done in; top-roped, abbed or ground up?
but I know as much as that he went and abbed down it pretty much as soon as Bonjoy posted that pic up.
anybody checked out the Hueco-esque project line coming up through the cave to reach the bottom of Dry Wit in a Wet Country
The cave under Dry Wit is A) Absolutely the living end hard, B) in a hole under a boulder where everybody has a poo, and C) the last time I looked at it, it looked shite.... steep, but shite.
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