Out of My Tree

2 Stars
Technical
Strong
Crimpy
 8a

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Another painful boulder problem start leads to the break and a jug, then make one more hard pull leftwards to gain the flake-line. The upper wall is comparatively easy. Missing the start by balancing up the old tree was Perfidious Primate, E4 6b.
FA. Andy Pollitt 1987. FA. (PP) Ron Fawcett, Geoff Birtles 1976

USER COMMENTS

Solid 8a now - the move from the jug (which could be gained from the tree) was E4 6b - now feels very hard (7c/7c+) in its own right, hold must have come off as I onsighted this section many years ago, and took about 20 goes to get the move within the last couple of weeks.
Adrian Berry - 12/Jul/04

Get your heal on the jug Adrian. Feels really easy then.
Adam Lincoln - 26/May/07

The old Wye Valley guide gave it E4 6b avec tree but said something about using an old aid bolt to make the moves from the jug to the next good holds.
Andrew Barker - 23/May/09

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