I've done this climb loads of times but twice now since I've been an Amputee. Certainly a challenge to anyone but its a much harder slog if you don't have all your bits. We went in a big group and did it for charity (ToRussiaWithLove) and it turned out to be a day with awful weather, 30mog winds and lashing rain. Still we got up without too much bother, although be warned the last 500 metres is hard walk, slippery and pretty steep. The walk down was much harder and by e end your knees hurt and usually your legs are burning a bit. This last time we took one of the other routes but you should only do so if you are with experienced climbers. Anyway it's a great walk and treat yourself to a pint of Guinness in Stauntons after.
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