Monday, July 14, 2008

Ockam's Razor

Just thought I would share a picture of one of the nicer routes at Drywood.

Photo by Blair Piggot, climbers Chris & Anne Goble

A full day of climbing at the lower tier usually involves leaving room for the head space required by the non-stop airy positions.

Ockam's (5.9) heads up some fabulous rock around a sharp arete. The best move is a long reach near the top. So far no routes continue up the overhang above. However, it looks like some lines may be possible. This route should be one of the classics of the Lower Tier, however, it is uncertain how many ascents it has had.



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