Satin

3 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
 V6 7A

Adjacent Routes
<< Corduroy < Pressure Drop  |  Living at the Speed > Central Reservation >>


The original problem on this slab offers very tenuous slab climbing on very poor holds. Traverse off.
FA. Johnny Dawes 1984

USER COMMENTS

e3 is about right to finish up LATS. about the most infrequently climbed V5 on stanage.
dave - 26/May/03

A lovely problem and it's not over once you've stood up, there's another tricky move to do if you're short.
John Camateras - 01/Jan/04

sublime! Prepare by taking your middle finger to the gym for a week or two, then dip in vinegar overnight and jump on and pull for England. You know it's worth it!
Rinaldo Colombi - 20/Nov/06

Why would it be e3 to finish up living at speed? Surely it would be e1 6b?
BIRKBY - 07/Feb/07

Only English 6a, as it's covered in (relatively) good holds and the moves are obvious (and great) - but very committing! Definitely gets the highball juices going. Must have been pretty grim as an E3 before mats o_O.
Fiend - 09/Mar/07

It`s E3 6B without mats or spotters
Robert Mirfin - 09/Mar/07

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  • Route Grade Votings

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