Low start to Big Stone on Dyke Surfer Boulder. Crimpy with big moves and bad feet. The other Magnificent Rhythm that Simon did is actually called Prision Break, v10. Both put up by Harry Robertson. Given V9 in the book, not V10.
First of the grade. People say it's a tad soft, but I guess I'll just have to send more nines to confirm! Was there when "Clint Eastwood" sent, and for him I could see why he called it a 6 with his height, but I don't think it deserves a big downgrade.
Low start to Big Stone on the Dyke Surfer boulder. Crimpy with big moves on bad feet. The magnificent rhythm that Simon did is actually called, Prison Break. Both put up by the amazing Harry Robertson. v9 in the book, low-end for squamish standards but cool opening moves.
Also known as "Magnificent Rhythm," put up by Harry Robertson. This problem starts low underneath Big Stone (V4) with a horrendous left hand crimp, and a low right sidepull. Get feet on, and power up into Big Stone.