Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 16
The blunt arete has a height-dependent start (at least 6a for shorties) and no runners before the break (which takes a very big cam). The short upper arete is much easier, plus it has runners and great positions.
A lovely solo (for the tall anyway).
Aye, a bit of a slap for the break if you're 5ft!
at 5ft 7 had to use a crimp out on the right wall and a nice smear to over come the reach .banna wall felt easier!
I think they need to say how far after the crux the runners are! I assumed they would be plentiful, as for the upper arete it's only 2 moves.
I couldn't find any gear in the break after the long reach and had to jump off. I was ok though thanks to a belayer catching me and hitting a lucky landing spot with my feet.