Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 15
A brilliant problem past the second niche. A hard, reachy start leads to a rest and then another crux. The top out is steady.
An absolute must do. Start is hard for the short.
i saw bob drury do it in bare feet in '85.........he's a tw_t
Another classic Pex finger workout. Found the start hard but the next move even harder. Painful on the fingers!
Popped a finger tendon on this one when a foot slipped - made the top sevtion interesting - E1!
pretty hard for V4 in my opinion. Think it would get V5 6b most places.
The starts hard when the foot ripples are wet and slimy! Feels on the tougher side of V4.
However this is described; classic, hard, fingery, desperate etc...the truth is it's standard pex fare - almost impossible until you do it, then straight onto your solo circuit once it's nailed. a beauty!