Whose Line is it Anyway? Top 50

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The hardest of the trio. Start by going left via an undercut pocket, then traverse right before breaking back out left to a boulder problem to gain the niche. Then climb the wall before heading out left to finish on the scarily-thin jug.
FA. Jon deMontjoye, Neil Foster 1989


The best of the three routes that could just sneak into 7b. Much harder than Appetite and Free n even easier at Malham. Scary at the top if you are tired.
Dave - 18/Jul/00

Funny last moves when tired, and you don't know where the good bits are over the top lip. 7b to onsight.
Ru - 19/Jul/01

Never 7b, all the holds are too big. I did this way before I could climb 7a+ on many other crags
Tom - 14/Jun/02

A cracking route, a bit scary at the top if pumped. Certainly heading towards 7b.
Simon - 30/Jul/03

Are the bolts in this still the originals? They're now looking very old and rusty. When clipping a draw onto the 4th bolt a flake of the bolt head sheared off as I knocked it with the draw - scary!
Dave Johnson - 06/Jun/09

Crucial undercut between bolts 4 and 5 has now come off making route harder
Neil Binns - 05/Jul/11

Great route, I did this just after Jon had made the FA. Seems harder than I remember! Felt 7b to me.
Mike Watson - 27/Jul/11

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