General > General Climbing

What's New England's Best Sandbag?

(1/7) > >>

darwined:
Let's hear it! 

strandman:
Well it USED to be budapest on cathedral  originally 10+  ...........now 11D

lucky luke:

--- Quote from: darwined on September 09, 2013, 08:08:59 PM ---Let's hear it!

--- End quote ---

For me, the 5.5 at the top of canon (lake view, consolation prize and the other all finish in the diedra). I can admit that, with rigid booth and when you take time to push at the good place...it is a 5.5, but I always did it harder.

slink:
Luke I think that may be the biggest sandbag in the country. It has never felt close to 5.5

DMan:

--- Quote from: lucky luke on September 09, 2013, 09:35:33 PM ---
--- Quote from: darwined on September 09, 2013, 08:08:59 PM ---Let's hear it!

--- End quote ---

For me, the 5.5 at the top of canon (lake view, consolation prize and the other all finish in the diedra). I can admit that, with rigid booth and when you take time to push at the good place...it is a 5.5, but I always did it harder.

--- End quote ---

Love that move! And the guidebook described it in French... how ironic.

"monter le chevalĒ

Iíld say itís 5.6ish... I climb it much like the crux of Thin Air but facing the opposite way... I havenít done that route in years, gotta get back up there...

Oh, and on topic.... I donít know but I always thought Chicken Delight was pretty damn hard for 5.9.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version