"Physically it’s the most sustained hard grit route I’ve done so far with no particularly easy moves on it. The climbing is highly technical, often with tenuous footholds and a crux slap up the arête from a 1-finger pebble. Then taking a small pebble in each hand you make a super high step to a smeary top-out." Wild Country and Red Chili climber Ben Heason comments after his ascent of this awesome test piece.
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