Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 25
At low water, the direct start to Suspense is technical and bold. Small wires and cams protect sparingly - remember to leave room in the slots for your fingers. Above the crux, a bold sprint leads to the crux of the regular route.
I think E5 6a is a better grade. Most of the climbing is on very good large holds. One short balancy section above iffy cam/wires leads to good holds again. Couldn't find a 6b move.
Still think it's E4, stop upgrading thinhgs to massage peoples egoes
E5 6a, seconded. Ludicrously reachy though...
This has got to be E4. Solid gear at your waist for the crux then much easier climbing into Suspense (which has, if anything, harder moves).
Had fair bit of soil and vegetation on it affecting holds and gear, but now cleaned. Quite a bit of iffy pro near crux, but there's a cunning good piece (RP3 size) a couple of feet below break. So more traffic, please, to keep it clean; felt like low E5, low 6b ... like it says, balancy crux and scary run-out.