|Coronary Country (original start)||E6 6b|
|35m. A high grade testpiece of the Culm Coast that combines some technical and fingery climbing in its mid-section, with a tiring and not overly-geared upper wall. Start at a left-trending crack which leads to the good spike runner low on Fay.|
32m. Gain the spike on Fay and follow the wall on the right to another diagonal break. Move left along the break for 3m to below a blank wall with pegs in it. Hard climbing to and past the pegs gains a quartz break. Move up to another break and follow this left a little way before heading up the final wall to the top. © ROCKFAX
Another fine wall climb with great climbing and a sequency crux by the pegs. The fixed gear can be backed up with wires but the route is still a bold undertaking. High in the grade. Incorrectly described in West Country Climbs! The original line climbs up at the first spike NOT the second (Fay)spike.
FA. Steve Monks 17.5.87 17/May/1987
Photo: Dave onsighting Coronary County © Viv Durrant