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 HVS 5a

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The rightmost crack in the wall is short but still steep.
FA. Graham Hoey 1981

USER COMMENTS

Much harder than Exodus. The strength and technique needed to do the first three-quarters of the route is surely 5b. Then the temptingly-sharp rim encourages you to go for the top but it turns out to be flat and unfriendly - not what you expect on an HVS. And it would be a long fall if you haven't managed to get that runner 3ft below the top.
Simon Brown - 10/Sep/06

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  • Route Grade Votings

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