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Three Screaming Popes summed up nicely in hat form.
© Bloke on a Rope, Sep 2020
Route: Three Screaming Popes (E6 6c)
Climbers: Ian Henderson
Camera used: Canon 77D
Date taken: 5th September 2020
VOTING: from 18 votes
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Nice one Ian.
Tony Marr - 07/Sep/20
Cheers Tony, might start looking at the routes on Stratagem buttress next.
Bloke on a Rope - 07/Sep/20
Thanks for posting this picture. I enjoyed it very much. Is it really nearly 30 years and almost half my life since the first ascent? Not quite sure where the time has gone!
As an aside, I emigrated to the Czech Republic over 10 years ago and there are 100's of sandstone cliffs both here and across the border in Germany that are the equal of anything in the Moors and up to 100m high! I've seen some stunning lines but only from walking trails as I don't climb anymore. No metal protection allowed though and no chalk either in many areas. The equivalent of E5's were already appearing in the 1930's!
Chris Shorter - 15/Aug/21
Hi Chris, it's a brilliant route and crag one of my favourite crags on the Moors. I think it's seen quite a few ascents recently.
Yeah that Czech sandstone looks amazing! Not sure how I'd get on with the no chalk/metal protection rule though! :)
Bloke on a Rope - 23/Aug/21
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