Rub-a-tyre E1 6b
6m. Make either a dynamic or a powerful long move up the initial leaning wall to a large sloper left of the arete. Use the arete to climb its left-hand side and finish with ease above a suspect block in the break. (Using a crash mat erases the E-grade.)
Martin Crocker 27/Jun/2002
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Hidden - Solo - 02/Feb/14

Took a couple of goes
Paul Robertson - Solo RP - 10/Apr/11

guy xavier percival - Solo O/S - 09/Aug/07 with none

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