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Mark Katz, Cae Du Crack sds V7/8 (Photo: S. Panton)

Noel Craine fast twitch slapping at the top of Jellyhead, V4, Porth Oer (Photo: S. Panton)

Noel Craine getting stuck into the classic jamming test piece: Jellybowl Crack, V6, Porth Oer (Photo: S. Panton)

Gav Foster, Slim V8, Split Infinity, Marine Drive (Photo: S.Panton)

Pete Robins, Organ Grinder V8+, Split Infinity, Marine Drive (Photo: S. Panton)

Mark Katz (again!), Mr Whippy V7 (ish), Pil Box Wall, Marine Drive. Mark subseqently continued up the wall above to establish an 8b-ish sport route. (Photo: S. Panton)

Chris Davies pulling down on the Pil Box Wall Project: steep rock, good landing - shame the holds are so microscopically small. (Photo: S. Panton)

Marine Drive - looking back towards Pigeon's Cave. (Photo: S. Panton)

Mark Katz pulling into the crux of Cheech Marin (V10), Bulging Wall, Little Orme (Photo: Paul Houghoughi)

The editor reporting for sentry duty at the Pill Box, circa '97 Photo: Chris Davies


Bolting Ormes project with Ding Dong.

Now that's what I call a good car! photo: Si Panton

Approach to Craig y Facrell as seen from West Shore in Llandudno.

Si Panton on the new classic Where's my Hippo 7A, a great problem that climbs up through the Drive By traverse (40m right of Pill Box Wal. Photo: Jack Rattenbury

Jack Rattenbury on the superb In the Mix 7A, Pigeon's Cave. Photo: Si Panton

The legend that is Neil 'Ding Dong' Dyer doing a handstand next to the Sugar Lump, up above the Elephant's Cave, Great Orme. Photo: Si Panton

Warm Up Wall 5C/6A, Mynydd y Graig Photo: Si Panton

Too Hard for George Smith 6C!, Mynydd y Graig Photo: Si Panton

Big G making an attempt on the Glued Diamond of Porth Ysgo - an outstanding project line in Area 1. Photo: Si Panton

Mick Lovatt demonstrating his radical sequence on Brian Spray 7A, Porth Ysgo, while Jonny Ratcliffe and Si Jones look on agog. Photo: Si Panton