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General Climbing Discussion

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How do you grade this? 21-May-2012 At 12:04:46 PM davidn
No need for a bolt ladder, it's got a small crack (and I'm not going to build a 4-5 foot tall cairn on a downhill slope). It's not a sit start either, the sit start is harder (and shittier, probably not worth the trouble). The start is the highest someone of my height (6'2) and ape index (nfi/don't care) can reach. 20M1/V7 then. Thanks - among all the grumpy route climber responses, you guys answered the question.

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