|One Leg Over||E3 5c|
|32m. The direct start to Six Feet Under gives a very direct line. Start under the overhangs right of Rob's Crack, a metre left of a tall sapling. Climb a short slab and pull leftwards over the first, slanting overlap. Step back right; then climb direct through the rest of the overlaps to a distinct right-angled corner in the lower edge of the slab. Make a tricky move to get established on the slab, and move up to where the thin horizontal crack of Six Feet Under comes in from the left. Climb the smooth, undulating slab (crux) and then the easier rock above directly to the top, as for the parent route.|
Brian Mullan, Clare Lindley 25/Mar/2011
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