Gobbler’s Roof – The UK’s Hardest Offwidth

March 19th, 2011

Tom Randall Climbing 'Gobbler's Roof' E7 6c at Harbrough Rocks. The UK's hardest off-width. The grade does not truly represent the difficulty of this route. The training for this route required 100,000 sit ups, ten hours of heel/toe deadhanging and one visit to a campus board. Objectively this route is two grades harder than Ray's Roof...Copyrighted work - Permission must be sought before use of this image..Alex Ekins +44 (0)7901 882994 (Alex Ekins)

Tom Randall Climbing 'Gobbler's Roof' E7 6c at Harbrough Rocks - Copyright Alex Ekins

Tom Randall Climbing ‘Gobbler’s Roof’ E7 6c at Harbrough Rocks. The UK’s hardest off-width. First ascent by Pete Whittaker. The grade does not truly represent the difficulty of this route. The training for this route required 100,000 sit ups, ten hours of heel/toe deadhanging and one visit to a campus board. Objectively this route is two grades harder than Ray’s Roof.

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