13m. The large corner immediately right of the Epic-dural slab. Neat climbing up the corner leads to a tree below an obviously loose, bulging wall. Up and left of the tree is a featured ramp. Follow this onto the main slab, minding the looming unstable blocks. Belay on trees and continue up Halfway to Kansas or abseil off.

B Palmer, J Jackson 19/Feb/2005

richie934 26/Sep/15 2nd O/S
with Alan Ahmed
(A)-Alan 26/Sep/15 Lead O/S

Enjoyable climb. However, stay clear of the loose rocks at the top. Very dangerous.

mick1jones 28/May/15 Lead O/S

Take great care at top of corner not to dislodge loose rock

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MoWalker3 13/May/15 -
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crater 13/Apr/15 2nd O/S
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Echna 21/Sep/14 2nd O/S
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Easty14 16/Apr/14 2nd
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Easty14 24/Aug/13 Lead
Neil Gay 24/Jul/13 Lead O/S
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Hidden 09/Jun/13 Lead
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shakeyjakey21 09/Jun/13 Lead RP
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Steve27 18/May/13 Lead
tommytom 21/Jul/12 Lead O/S
bpmclimb 06/Apr/11 Solo O/S

13m. Reasonably easy climbing, perhaps 4b. Very dangerous above the tree; important not to touch the stacked blocks above while moving up the ramp - one pull and the lot would come down on your head! Inclined to keep this one VS 4b.

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