Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 33
A superb sustained line with a stiff finish if taken direct.
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The finish of this route is really quite hard for 6a+. Keep left to make it a bit easier but you still have a fingery hang to clip the belay.
Good route, the top is the crux and maybe a bit hardish for 6a+ but its certainly not 6b.
Err, must have been having a good day, on re-aquaintence it might well be worth 6b!!!!!
Very hard for 6 a plus if you got completely direct, but fine if you go left
It's an absolute walk for 6a+.
The finish would be a stopper if you're pushing your grade on this route, the rest is fairly easy for 6a+. Great climbing though, go do it!
Ben was pushing his grade! (only joking ben)
Probably the best route at the grade on the island... well apart from Stalkers Zone maybe
6b for the finish, no question. no point comparing with inch perfect inchworm as that's the biggest sandbag since the d-day landings.
Last climb of the day and a good one to end on. Found the top hard for the grade. Did a few 6a+ routes this day and found this one the toughest.
Personally I thought that this route is graded well at 6a+. As we all know, the crux is taking the top directly (without creeping to the left). I think there is more to it than meets the eye, there is a left heel hook which takes a fair bit of weight allowing you to climb thinly (but within the 6a+ grade) to the top. I can see that if you missed the heelhook it could be alot harder, 6b?
Fair enough at 6a+. Brilliant route as well..
There's a knee bar on the direct finish which makes life a lot easier. There's still a fingery hang to clip the LO, but your arms will have a little more in them. Also getting your weight to the right helps when clipping the LO.
great little route with absorbing moves all the way, another fine 6a+ on the isle