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Brunch Arete* S

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[Brunch Arete (HS 4a), 3 kb]25m. At its grade, an excellent pitch, which follows the curving arete with the distinctive Shield of rock at mid-height. Start at the same point as Full English. Climb the corner, as for Full English, but move up and right and make an awkward move onto the arete. Follow this, surmounting the Shield on its right hand side. Continue on superb rock to the top. An ace pitch.
Martin Scrowston Jim Loxham 03/Sep/2009

Photo: Brunch Arete (HS 4a) © Simon Caldwell
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This climb is in 18 logbooks, and on 2 wishlists.

An enjoyable route, with a quite bold but fairly easy finish. Worth HS for the boldness.
Rog Wilko - 2nd - 23/Aug/14 with Pete Nugent

Pete Nugent - Lead O/S - 23/Aug/14 with Roger Wilkinson

john_ni - Solo - 12/Aug/12

Hidden - Lead - 19/Jun/12

IanHarrison - 2nd dnf - 19/Jun/12 with Richard Walker

Ken Taylor - 2nd O/S - 19/Jun/12 with Steve Douglas

net - 2nd - 19/Jun/12 with George

Hidden - Lead O/S - 16/May/12

Hidden - 2nd O/S - 16/May/12

Peter Metcalfe - Lead - 24/Mar/12 with Dan

Shaw Brown - Lead - 28/May/11 with Judith Neaves

Hidden - 2nd - 28/May/11

Hidden - Lead - 28/May/11

Excellent climbing at around HS 4a.
Peter Metcalfe - 2nd - 14/May/11 with Cath Sullivan

bullybones - Solo - 01/May/11

An excellent route, bold at the top HS 4a, possibly even MVS 4b.
Simon Caldwell - Lead O/S - 16/Oct/10 with Carmen

Good top bit - little pro - but good feet
Jeremy Wilton - 2nd - 02/Jul/10 with Mark Readman

A very nice climb well worth it
krikoman - Lead O/S - 02/Jul/10 with Mark Bathe, Jez Wilton

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