Throw back to last winter jumping on ‘Zippy’s Traverse V8/f7B’…

Throw back to last winter jumping on ‘Zippy’s Traverse V8/f7B’ over at Stanage. Got so close to finishing this, I somehow managed to fall of the jug before the easy finish. Going to get back there next grit season with all this training done and hopefully get it done.There are so many impressive lines over Stanage way which I need to sink my teeth into.

Will Murphy back at Font, thinking about heading to Cratcliffe…

Will Murphy back at Font, thinking about heading to Cratcliffe this coming weekend, try and finish off T-crack and Jerry’s traverse.

Training has been brutal these last few weeks so we’ll see how we fare, might start posting some training pictures and videos. Been posting a lot on the personal account and it’s quite fun to take pictures of your friends in the fetal position after a hard session!

Trying out ‘Flying Arete V7/f7A+‘ over at Higgar Tor the other…

Trying out ‘Flying Arete V7/f7A+‘ over at Higgar Tor the other week. Reminded me how much I needed to get back into training. Not a single move felt easy but  that also might just be the lack of grit climbing come to think of it. I think the real point I’m trying to make is that I need more climbing in my life.

James Metzger over at Higgar Tor the other day. Really enjoyed…

James Metzger over at Higgar Tor the other day. Really enjoyed getting shut down on flying arete, there’s something about being shut down by something so completely that inspires me to want to pick up training again.

In other news the training for mountaineering has begun, the seeds of psych are laid and growing nicely. Hopefully soon, the alps is back on the menu.

Will Murphy topping out the classic Banana Fingers V3/6A, need…

Will Murphy topping out the classic Banana Fingers V3/6A, need to get back out there on those chilled out evenings. Even such a busy crag, most nights you can have it to yourself. 

Surprisingly never been to Higgar tor, I think that’s where we’ll be heading in the coming weeks – I hear the flying arete is a brilliant problem