The severely overhanging arete to the left of the deep, central corner is a fingery and extremely bold undertaking. Start at the base of the corner.Climb the steep, shallow flake-line to a horizontal edge at mid-height and some meager protection from a nut and sky hooks. Continue up the increasingly-difficult arete to an easing just below the top. © ROCKFAX
Ticklists: West Country Climbs, Hardest routes in Britain.
Photo: First ascent: Question Mark (E9) © M. Edwards
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