P'u E2 5b
[P'U. A better route than the name would suggest. , 1 kb]30m. The large arete left of a tree filled gully, first buttress right or peregerine ledge. Start on the left face, move up, initially left and thenright to gain a large ledge at half height, continue onto the right wall but move immediately onto the arete and continue on the arete to a belay ledge. Protection is not good but more plentiful as ascend. Abseil off or (less commonly) Second Pitch (20m): Traverse left approx. 4m from the belay tree. Climb directly up on poor quality rock and past a very large hanging block on the right. Continue up the arete and wall on the left to the top. Belay off large block on top. A. Forde, D. Tangney. August 2005.
Paul Pritchard, Aidan Forde 07/Apr/1990

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bik - Lead O/S - 17/May/15

sarpedon - Lead O/S - 16/May/15 with Paddy Nolan

Paul Collins - Lead O/S - 16/May/15 with bren

GOS - 2nd rpt - 02/Aug/14 with Denis Tangney

DT led
GOS - 2nd rpt - 25/May/14 with Denis Tangney, Tony Holmes

bit damp
GOS - 2nd O/S - 26/Aug/12 with Dave McBride

prev climbed; led 30 May 04
GOS - 2nd O/S - 10/Jun/12 with Dave McBride

A great route
mickd - Lead O/S - 2012

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