Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 40
An immaculate pitch on the best rock that Sharpnose has to offer. Start at a low ledge a few metres right of the arete. Low in the grade.</br></br>From the right-hand end of the ledge, make a series of technical moves up a thin crack on the right to better holds. Continue up the wall via another crack to a quartz break that heads diagonally left to the top. Follow this line boldly to the top.
Really nice climbing. Good, but hard won protection make this an exciting route.
Path, bomber gear all the way to the top, no run out no hard moves, super cruisey climbing
Extremely enjoyable and very steady. Good rock and spaced but mercifully obvious gear make this a reassuring lead. The finish is not at all bold! Nice wall climbing the whole way. I don't really understand Sharpnose grades but this felt easy.
Harder and more sustained than Diamond Smiles but obvious climbing. Still, even at its relatively modest, by Sharpnose standards, height of 20m this was very pumpy (for me at least)!
Not even close to E4, as with many Sharpnose routes. Superb route though, steady E3. Surely most routes here need a bit of a re-grade, just so out of line with every other crag i've ever been to
nice route, but never E4 more like E2 5c i thought
Beautiful route of the very highest quality.