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Lemoria 6b

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14m. A classic, striking flake-line; possibly the best route at Nare Head. Sustained throughout. You'll find the name on some of the area maps - it seems this outcrop really does have a local name. Leave the incut ledge, and climb diagonally leftwards - gradually easing - to finally finish on the left edge of the face, just by a bright green plant (in the right season!). © ROCKFAX
14m. A classic, striking flake-line; possibly the best route at Nare Head. Sustained throughout. You'll find the name on some of the area maps - it seems this outcrop really does have a local name. Leave the incut ledge, and climb diagonally leftwards - gradually easing - to finally finish on the left edge of the face, just by a bright green plant (in the right season!). ROCKFAX
Mike Robertson 02/Aug/2005
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amazing. we had a seal swimming underneath!!
Alistair Corbett - Solo - 13/Aug/13 with Sam, Ed

amazing. we had a seal swimming underneath!!
Alistair Corbett - Solo - 13/Aug/13 with Sam, Ed

Felt hard due to being 30+ feet above the water. Great flake line though
jakenichol - Solo O/S - 03/Jul/11

Rowansb - Solo O/S - Apr/10

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