Long Kesh** E5 6b
3 pitches. Pitches 1 & 2 (as described in guides) are easily run together, as are pitches 3 & 4. P5: A somewhat height dependent and perplexing crux (ie: easier for the tall) may lead to some easily backed-up corroded pegs below the roof - one pull away from success. (The peg before the crux appears to be in good condition as of Sept 09).

Ticklists: North Wales Rock Graded List, Caff's 100 Ace E5s, Caff's 100 Best E5's, Ultimate E5 ticklist.

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This climb is in 4 logbooks, and on 2 wishlists.

"The most out there pitch in the pass"? I'll say! Wonderful route. No peg beneath the crux, felt bold above a cluster of RPs. Cold spring day.
Dave Musgrove Jnr - Lead O/S - 22/Mar/98 with Al Willoner

Hidden - AltLd RP - Jun/95

Hidden - AltLd O/S - Jun/93

Hidden - Lead O/S - 24/Jun/88

Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Mike Goldthorp, Ed Booth
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