20m. obvious corner of slab right of angola, follow this to 2/3 height ledge then foot traverse left to finish up and at belay of mozambique

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack, Culm - When the tide's in..


ClimberDateStyle
Steve Woollard 20/Apr 2nd
with Chris
chrisdevon 20/Apr Lead
Skip 01/Nov/15 2nd rpt
Jelly Mould Surfer 01/Jul/15 Lead rpt

It's gotten a bit dirty since my last time on the route

Jelly Mould Surfer 14/Mar/15 Lead
with skip
Jelly Mould Surfer 14/Mar/15 TR

Top roped it to recover a friend stuck at the top.

Skip 14/Mar/15 Lead β
with Joel
Steve Woollard 04/Apr/14 Lead
with Bob Dawson
Hidden 08/Sep/13 2nd O/S
rockjedi12345 03/Sep/13 -
Joel Perkin 20/Jul/13 Lead O/S

Nice route, just dirty. Think some of the loose chose has fallen down too. Protection is good.

with Mike Garret
Joel Perkin 24/Feb/13 2nd

Good route if you avoid then crappy shale band next to it. We climbing to the second break (a nice foot ledge)and traversed leftwards to join the final crack of 'Mozambique'. If you carried on up from the break, the good protection disappears completely and the climbing is dirty and unpleasant. Good route if you follow the line we took. Usually wet.

with Dad
Jelly Mould Surfer 24/Feb/13 Lead O/S

Quite nice climbing if you stick to the slab, the containing wall is very loose. Good protection. Avoided the top section. Foot traversed at 60 feet to join Mozambique. The traditional finish is dirty, loose and unprotected, avoiding this makes it a fun route.

Hidden 25/Oct/08 Lead
EllieWoods 06/Oct/01 2nd O/S
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