Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 18
6m. The ramp on the north face of the boulder to a gripping swarm to safety. Diminutive but worthwhile.
has a new wire brushed hold on the top
Worthwhile, despite the size. The landing is either a nice flat surface or an appauling gap (no mats now!) between boulders depending whether you jump off or fall off.
This is nowhere near E6 for a headpoint as the tech grade is only 6a and it is only 5m high, if that. Think nearer E4 6a.
E6 is given for an onsight ascent. A headpoint is bound to feel 2 grades easier.
Talking to a very good climber other day, there seems to be some confusion as to where this and Wolfman of the KGB go. I had always assumed that Ou est... takes the obvious ramp and vertical seam to a small finger-tip pocket, directly above the boulders. However, others think it takes the rippled wall to the left (harder), just to the right of the HVS arete, directly above the flat landing platform. What do YOU think?
Ou est le spit? means where is the bolt in french, good eh!