Moving Away from the Pulsebeat* E4 6a
[Moving Away From The Pulsebeat, 3 kb]The first half of this climb gives some good sustained climbing. Step out of the groove of Strap-Up at its first roof. Make an awkward move around the arete and then climb the sustained crack above. From here move right to the arete and take the most stable line up the tower above. Unfortunately the gear on the upper tower tends to be behind the dodgy blocks you are pulling on. © ROCKFAX
FA. G.Gibson 30.5.84 30/May/1984

Photo: Moving Away From The Pulsebeat © Karen

This climb is in 13 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

bigie bob - Lead O/S - 15/Aug/14

Brilliant route, absorbing climbing with amazing position on the arete after the traverse, great knee bar..i think the new guide's about right having it at E5 although soft, felt a bit to involved for E4...
Rick hard Rock - Lead O/S - 31/May/14 with Dan Hobbs

Brilliant and underrated route, one of the few on the East Wall that is as good as anything on the West.
Rob Greenwood - UKC - Lead O/S - 2014 with Duncan Campbell

What a pitch! Amazing climbing!
Duncan Campbell - 2nd - 01/Apr/13 with Robbie

Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe - 2005

Hidden - Lead O/S - 2003

sadams - Lead - Jun/01

Si Clapham - 2nd - 1998 with Andy Long

Billg - 2nd β - Jul/91 with Jon Barton

Rich Kirby - Lead - 1991

Hidden - Lead - 1989

Hidden - 16/Aug/87

Mike Owen - 22/Apr/87 with Simon King

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