This one was making my palms sweat just a little...
The Young from Outcrop Films on Vimeo.
That was exciting to watch.
Can you put a link from the "calcaneal (heel) fracture from climbing fall" thread to this vid?
I did consider it.
That one made my feet hurt. Enough that I almost turned it off.
I wonder if Duncan thinks this one is dull too?
What grade does she go at?? Trying to explain to someone in the office how hard that shit is.
Says 8a+ at the start of the video...
Yep, missed that first bit. Ta.
http://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/crag.php?id=10890 gives it E8/8a+ and font 7c+ and then the description gives it E8/7a, font 7c+, but i'm guessing the 7a should be an 8a:
An utterly inspiring highball (E8 7a) face climb, rightwards up the shield to a good hold, then weaving left and right linking subtle protruberances, a long way above a decent landing.
I'd say 8a+ is a french route grade, 7c+ is obviously a boulder grade, and 7a is the british technical grade.
On 28/09/2012 spiinal wrote:
>That was exciting to watch.
>Can you put a link from the "calcaneal (heel) fracture from climbing fall"
>thread to this vid?
Yes, that can be done!
Heh, heh, heh.
On 28/09/2012 davidn wrote:
>I'd say 8a+ is a french route grade, 7c+ is obviously a boulder grade,
>and 7a is the british technical grade.