Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 23
A good, sustained tufa climb with a great finish.
Now re-equipped. Small run-out section over easy ground.
felt more sustained than it's 6c neighbour
i agree it seemed more pumpy up the tufa and bulge than monkey wall....love the wire in the tufa (though couldn't refrain from grabbing it).
Nice route but 6b+ seemed fair to me. Much easier than some of the 6b+s at Salem for instance!
Now this is a route which deserves a long reach symbol.
Cracking route, now done this twice. from mid height it just gets steadily harder until the last move on tired arms! Should be in the top fifty.
Somewhat misleading description - there's two moves on the tiny tufa and they're the easiest on the route proper, with the biggest hold in the world. Not sustained, not F6c, and not that reachy either - the holds are big enough to crank properly on. The crux is probably getting past the middle crimpy wall. Overall rather good.
Gets harder and harder with height. Brilliant positions.
The route is mainly equipped now with so called "Petzl longlife" (which are not state of the art). After the 3 tufa meters there is a astonishing horn and than a reachy move to a pair of good grimps -and lot of marks of old bolts - old belay station? (until there I would suggest 6c). There is also one new bolt and I had to use it - no chance to climb this missing link which leads to some more meters to a new belay station.