Skipping The Bolts || Sport Climbing on Trad Gearftrad

14th July 2020
14th Jul 2020


Skipping the bolts isn't exactly a normal thing to do, but sometimes sport routes are just too perfect to miss the opportunity to skip all the bolts. Pete replaces sport climbing for Trad climbing, by taking a rack of Trad gear instead of sport quickdraws. The route is well protected at the crux, but on the easier section 3 bolt lengths have to be climbed off a single cam out left. The placement is decent but the most dubious of all the placements on the route. The route climbed is Lyder Sagen, which gets the Norwegian grade of 8+ (7c+). The route on Trad gear equates to around E7 in difficulty on the British grading scale

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