7th June 2006
The athletes look nervous as they prepare for the start.
The guide book warns of a "bold route up the slab...".
John at the starting blocks.
They may also be the finishing blocks if you pull on them too hard.
John carefully replaces a typical South Wall hold.
The loneliness of the lone distant runner.
The end is in sight.
John finishes - weak at the knees, but relieved.
Having sampled the delights of trad climbing at Trevor Rocks, we retired to the relative safety of the bolted Suspect Wall.
Not a bad place to be on a Wednesday evening.