Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 16
A super climb and a s stiff proposition that links a series of stalactite 'dongs' with hard moves. Save a bit for the finish and watch the rope-drag.
THE route of Kalymnos and one of the best I've ever climbed. 1st pitch not as hard as it looks. 2nd pitch harder and harder. Needs 2 ropes and 25 QD
If you're not up to the 8a+ finish, the first pitch is well worth doing by itself. 19 QDs & a 70m rope. One of the best pitches on the planet!
I do agree: best route i have ever climb in the world at this grade.
I only did the first half - which was totally silly with no-hands rests EVERYWHERE. Hardly 7c, even, if you have a good pair of pants that enables you to use the zillion different no-hands. The second part looks interesting, though.
Worth 8a to the top. But make sure you've got the rope to get down, humorous if you haven't
I thought the first section was 7C despite the rests, though i only had one 80m rope so there was a lot of rope drag!
Almost certainly the best stalactite 7c in the world (up to the first belay) though easy for the grade. 80m rope to get back to ground comfortably.
I think most people do this as a "7c" to the first lower off, and the extension is known as super priapos. The 7c section is fantastic, maybe not as good as aegialis due to all the rests. nowhere near 7c really.