Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 29
A hard start and a hard finish. Move left to the lower-off.
The crux is actually part of a long run-out at the top. Once you hit the jug, keep climbing and don't look down!
It's not that run-out. The lower wall is also a bit tricky.
Oh yes it is!! Seriously though, the first time I did it it felt horribly run out to get to the belay, as I was pumped stupid. The second time it felt like a path...
For those of you that remember what they are, there's a Friend 2 placement in the middle of the run-out to the belay.
Where is the belay? I did not find it yesterday, and I looked hard.
Lower wall is just a b*****d to get going on (do a warm up first) upper crux is ok when you work out how to do it but is probably UK 6a for an on sight.
Oh, and move left to finish, there is no lower off straight up!
Guide lists 7 bolts. There were only 6. Has the top runner come out? There's an area of shattered rock where I would have expected it.
I found the crux move quite desperate to onsight, but much better when you work out the sequence. It's true, the belay is a bit far from the last bolt, but it's very easy climbing, it's all jugs!
quality.......the best 6c on portland? enough said
Good, but not the best 6c on Portland. Nobody's Hero (100m to the left) for example is better.