Jampols HVS 4c
18m. Reasonably protected, but with a tricky crux section, and some of the rock is not above suspicion. Start 3m left of the tree of Bifur and climb the shallow, left leaning groove; then go straight up more easily, and as you near the top trend right to finish as for Bifur.
B Mullan, H Seaborne 13/Mar/2012
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This climb is in 6 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

Interesting climb, still some loose 'bits'
Mayaculpa - 2nd - 08/Dec/12 with Peter

thought the crux should be solved by getting your foot up high onto what to me seemed to be the obvious hold. that hold didn't hold my weight though - had to find a different solution afterwards. quite a lot of good gear, only the looseness possibly warrants soft HVS - with a couple more ascents to clean this up I think it should become a solid VS 4c. quite a nice climb.
pheotleyr - Lead O/S - 08/Dec/12 with Mike

Some loose bits. The moves into and up the groove aren't as hard as they first appear.
wurzelinzummerset - 2nd - 15/May/12 with Brian

On reflection, the crux takes a little working out, and some loose blocks remain, particularly on the left just above the crux. HVS 4c probably tells the story better.
bpmclimb - Lead rpt - 15/May/12 with Alan

Removed some large blocks from the rib on the left of the groove; those that remain are more solidly attached but still resonate.
bpmclimb - Lead β - 13/Mar/12 with Helen S

Hidden - 2nd β - 13/Mar/12

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