Navigating the Cosmos – 5.13a


20m / 66ft, 11 bolts
FA: Yannick Neufeld-Cumming - 2017-08-27

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First route you coming to at the wall, after the first bolt trend right on the slab.

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Recent Sendage:

  • 5.13a
    2019-09-08
    Great climb! Tricky slab start followed by sustained climbing on good holds to a huge move off the tufa that is definitely a crux for the vertically challenged. For me it felt harder than the 12d's at Horne, so I think 13a is fair.
  • 5.13a
    2018-08-04
    A classic for sure. And such a fitting name! After the 2nd kneebar the climb is quite sustained, with extremely strenuous rests in between sections of hard climbing.
  • 5.13a
    2017-08-27 (FA)
    Super pleased with this route. Will need some more traffic to get concensus on the grade. The bottom 10 feet is a little suspect, but the climbing above is stellar.
  • 5.13a
    Fantastic route. One of the best in the grade that I have done. Many thanks to Yannick. Unsure of the exact grade. All I know is that it is about 12c to the tufa kneebar followed by a V4 crux to the anchor. Better not to try to clip that last draw on redpoint unless you are really strong.