Land of the Lost and Found

After a long wet Summer of false starts and dreich days, I finally got the chance to re-visit Skull Buttress on Quinag, a hugely exposed overhanging prow of rock. Home to Guy Robertson on many occasions through the year as he scoped and cleaned the lines. I had missed out on the July trip when Jurassic Spark, (E7) was climbed. However I had my doubts about today because of the massive winds swirling round the mountain. It was very chilly, however Guy and Adam battled discomfort and numb fingers to both lead and succeed in their new route – Land of the Lost and Found E7 6a.6b/c.

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