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James Slater headpointing 'Tentative Decisions' E5/6a on a sunny March afternoon.
© MischaHY, Mar 2016
Route: Tentative Decisions (E5 6a)
Date taken: 25th March 2016
VOTING: from 10 votes
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Nice shot, somewhat spoilt by that annoying dark speck just left of the climber.
Fraser - 27/Mar/16Report
That annoying dark speck is actually a MTR helicopter! They were looping around the valley whilst James was on route.
MischaHY - 27/Mar/16Report
Somewhat more spoilt by the climber not even trying to lead it normally. It's not that hard/dangerous, and if it is all too much there's loads of E2/3/4s to onsight in the area.....people need to aspire to better climbing style. Oh and the border doesn't help either.
Fiend - 27/Mar/16Report
Weirdly that border was put in by UKC, the original JPEG doesn't have the black surround.
Don't worry Fiend, I've got this down for the onsight/flash :D
MischaHY - 27/Mar/16Report
Ah, sorry, I that case I take it back.
Fraser - 29/Mar/16Report
Pretty arrogant (and ignorant) comments :-( I have done all the routes on this wall apart from the E7, all onsight or ground up. I had a play on a top rope for this one because the guidebook describes committing moves just below the bolt, which is high. I didnt fancy breaking my legs had i slipped off (obviously you only know if a route is hard once youve done it) so justified a headpoint. Youre right, it wasnt that hard but how was i to know without a quick look?
james.slater - 01/Sep/16Report
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