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  • #2143

    Conor
    Participant

    Did some editing of descriptors for features, Alex check reds on 6? put a copy under “Arete” as i think 6 is just to the right

    #2152

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    Yep, they should have been on the arete.

    Also, the features on 6 are not 6b+. Changed them to 6c+, but maybe 6c? Not sure. I kind of want to put in features on the arete without pockets on crimps of hands, but I’m the only one who seems to climb it…

    #2537

    Conor
    Participant

    Have updated my routes on panel 3 and out of the cave, also have put reds on 3 in, though don’t know the grade or if its feet on holds or feet on features.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Al9DCXaNMrcndFIwUE9ST2tLT0VfNmtQejBHVEZXbGc&usp=docslist_api#gid=0

    #2539

    Peter
    Keymaster

    I’d quite like someone more experienced to confirm that my yellows on panel 1 are a 5. I have changed them a bit (in the last 3 weeks) to make it a bit easier.

    #2542

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    Ha… Suppose this is kind of my area now…

    Right I’ll check all the things tomorrow. Hopefully, we’ll be able to get a whiteboard with some kind of snap cover thing at the wall, which should be easier to keep track of at some point in the relatively near future.

     

    Edit: Changed a few things that seemed off, and added a few notes, inc. variations of some feature routes.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by  The Club Cat.
    #2544

    nbrowne
    Moderator

    If you can get a whiteboard of some sort, that will work really well. Having it mounted on the glass would be good as well (just ask the PEC staff incase they throw their usual hissy fit!).

    If you have ever been to Hot Rocks in Tollymore, that is how they give information on their routes (grade etc).

    #2545

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    That was my plan exactly. Steve reckoned we could get an A2 snapframe for about £14, then just get a piece of paper and some clear plastic.

    #2554

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    Three new traverses in the boulder cave: a super easy pink/purple, and medium (on the fun side of medium) yellow, and an… interesting grey.

    #2814

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    Routes (mostly) updated and correct as of 03/11/14.

    #2943

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    Apparently I sandbagged my new swirlies at 6c/+, so 7a. They’re also great fun FOFO; about 7a+/7b (a feat I was told was impossible on that panel…).

    #2960

    stevymccaff
    Participant

    Method they use at Warwick Climbing wall here is just to print out the routes for each panel on A4 pages and stick them to the floor at the base of each panel, simple but effective.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 6 months ago by  stevymccaff.
    #2962

    The Club Cat
    Participant

    We’ve got a snapframe now, so we just need to get a whiteboard/laminated A2/3 page, and then we’ll have an actual nice solution.

    #2963

    tprebs
    Keymaster

    Method they use at Warwick Climbing wall here is just to print out the routes for each panel on A4 pages and stick them to the floor at the base of each panel, simple but effective.

     

    I have seen this at most walls and it works well. Laminated piece of paper with a grid colour, feet on, grade then just sharpie in the routes as they are set. In stead of the floor as people can slip on them you can put a hole in the laminated paper and bolt it on to one of the lower unused bolts on the panel

    #2994

    Conor
    Participant

    New section added to route list, feature variations and grades

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