|This was repeated by Stu Bradbury, June 2012. |
pitch 1: No peg on the crux but it can be protected by a skyhook in an oval pocket 15' higher (Big fall potential)
Pitch 2: The 1st peg was been replaced June 2012 (poor) the 2nd peg has now been removed and climbed without it.
Stu considers the grade to be E6 and the 2nd pitch to be very much top end 6a or 6b.
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