Wild Frontier E1 5b
Start up 'Shape Up' and continue up the groove line until the large crack closes out. Traverse out right from here, heading towards a beckoning large thread (good condition May 11) + other gear to eventually exit the end of the traverse by a very thin move, crux. Continue upwards from here either heading towards the stepped corner slightly leftwards, or the line of least resistance. Finish slighty right avoiding the vegetation. Good climbing, but harder than E1 as the guidebook indicates.

Ticklists: Huntsmans Leap.

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This climb is in 15 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

Gary Gibson - 2015

Hidden - 2013

Hidden - Lead O/S - 27/Aug/11

Hidden - 2nd rpt - 27/Aug/11

Solid, controlled lead from tom.
Ed morris - 2nd O/S - 10/Jul/11 with Tom

petty fun stuff. the line is not totally obvious but once found provides some gripping action before turning into the top out from hell... still fun however :)
TM_Horton - Lead O/S - 10/Jul/11 with ed

Hidden - Lead O/S - 14/May/11

Worth E25c and a star. New CC guide has the line in the correct place in the new guide (May 2011) which may clarify previous confusion on where the traverse starts.
supadupa - Lead O/S - May/11

Hidden - May/11

JPGR - 2nd - 07/May/07 with Martina

Bern - 2006

Hidden - Lead O/S - 2003

Roget - Lead O/S - 23/May/99 with jon

steve L - Lead O/S - 29/Sep/85 with Alun Richardson

steve L - Lead - 29/Sep/85 with Alun Richardson

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