Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 138
8m. An elegant curving flake with a layback move and long stretch before things ease. Low in the grade but bold.
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sorry,no way is this 5a.soloed down it when i was only leading 5b and found it very easy up as well.perhaps it suits my style(big arms and no technical ability!)
Low in the grade, but definitely not VS.
Nice route, quite easy for the adj grade perhaps (one long stretch etc) but surely 5a and quite strenuous.
Lovely little route. Felt about 5a and a bit soft for HVS, but probably not a VS.
More like a boulder problem than a route...but I wouldn't like to fall off it! Well worth doing, and my first HVS.
Gears not great! would not like to fall on it, HVS 5a for sure
Wonderfully pleasant boulder problem with a hideous landing sums it up for me!
think with the gear being down at the bootom of the lay back means could be quite a fall on a bad landing, so hence hvs. easy 5a but think graded right.better landing may make it a boulder problem
About 1/2 wat up the fin, there's a chance for some very poor gear.
This is probably quite reach dependant. For the average/tall person (I'm 5'11") it is a very easy undertaking at the grade.
bouldered it and was fun, don't think it would of been hard to place gear
Gear is good you can get a couple of small nuts in the lay back without loosing hand holds, my second took a while to get them out - they would have held! Don't try cams, which I saw someone attempt.
the flake takes a tri cam, forget the size which is pretty bommer and also a decent nut, still felt right at hvs 5a
Much easier than the Chant which is HVS 5a i think. 4c is generous! A fairly average route really. Worth a go.
I thought the gear was good, one small nut protects the crux quite adequately.
got some gear in, which looked ok, found moves higher up on the flake very fingery and hard for 5a, definately not a soft touch
Nice little line the 5a move is obviously where the finger crack thins out...if your short its a 5a move if your tall you reach beyond the hard move like a boulder problem, very reach dependant hence the correct symbol.