Wild in Me

2 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
 7c

Adjacent Routes
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A reachy and bouldery start past two flakes leads to a finger rail and then a few tricky pulls on the upper wall to a belay.
FA. Richard Davies 1986. Climbed as a bold E6 6c but it relied on chipped holds. Reclimbed by Mark Pretty in 1993 after these had been filled in.

USER COMMENTS

Always been soft 7c+!
Chris D - 22/Apr/02

Ignore the votes above. They are all from the same person. The route is probably high 7c.
Alan James - 16/May/02

7c+ for shorties? I thought it was ok for 7C (I'm 6foot)
Tom - 14/Jun/02

New Resin bolts and a 2 bolt belay out left as for
R Hump.
kristian - 11/Jul/02

a thoroughly enjoyable outing. definitely one for the boulderers.
Andi Turner - 25/Jul/03

A good example of how placing bolts on a route changes a problem from no stars to two stars. Some excellent moves but there are many 7c's that are harder.
g2 - 25/Jul/04

short and sharp - just how they should be!!
Mike Roe - 30/Apr/05

A short and powerful little number, if you're tall and can reach through the crux without needing to pull off the small right crimp this is probably much easier (Definate 7c). The top moves are crimpy and feel a little exposed but are totally fine non the less. Hard 7c/7c+ pulling off the crimp, 7c reaching through, either way I think the grade of 7c for this is fine.
John Cooke - 09/Jun/06

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