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Rockfax Description
The well-named line of pebbles and creases crossing the north face are followed to the arete (poor hand-placed blade peg and six-inch-nail runners). Climb desperately into the thin crack and finish easily out in the void. The direct line has been climbed as Grandad's Slab, E7 6c, but it has lost a crucial pebble. © Rockfax

FA. Johnny Dawes 1984

Ticklists: Burbage, Millstone and Beyond Routes Graded List, Hard Grit, Full of Myself - Johnny's Book namecheck, Peak Rock/16/Eighties Gritstone :The Shape of Things to Come, Consumed, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet), Rockfax Eastern Grit (2015) Top 50, Burbage, Millstone and Beyond in 3 stars.


ClimberDateStyle
MorganPreece 03/Dec/13 TR

Second go. Just need to find some gear.

Hidden 03/Dec/13 TR
mark20 14/Sep/13 Lead RP
Adam Long 21/Apr/10 Lead β

Very good, soft at the grade if you know the gear

with Neil 'Nige' Kershaw
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH 20/Oct/07 TR dnf
Seb Grieve 30/Oct/88 Lead RP

2nd ascent. Good pegs and nail.

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