Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 24
10m. An unrelenting struggle up the wide crack. At least it is protectable nowadays by the biggest cams and a tatty old thread in the depths of the crack. The bold (crazy?) can layback the outer edge of the crack but that isn't really the point.
Hard for E4. 2 crux sections, 2 rests. If you have the enthusiasm to get into the crack, it will teach you a lot about off-width climbing.
Looks so innocuous but packs it in for the last 8 feet. Can be done without a struggle or skin loss but the moves and techniques to do this are hard to read or obscure. Try using a butterfly jam near the top followed by a hard to locate knee jam where you move your heel towards your backside. Laybacking misses out on all the fun. Further pointers on:
The above beta might be bogus. Talking to someone who did it yesterday with bigger hands the top bit can be fist-jammed.
This is just desperate. E4 6a maybe?
A real battle if you stay in the crack