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Early Riser** E5 6a

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[Early Riser, Earl Crag, 2 kb]The narrow ramp cutting rightwards up the centre of the face is a classic. Balancy and unprotected - scary stuff. © ROCKFAX
The ramp up the wall left of the small grassy terrace. Delicate bridging and smearing in a generally off balance position seems to work. Low in the grade, but could be a nasty fall! Spotter recommended!
Al Manson (solo) 17/Jun/1974

Ticklists: Consumed.

Photo: Early Riser, Earl Crag © Rob1988
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This climb is in 14 logbooks, and on 4 wishlists.

Need to do again and properly without the rope hanging down beside me
Lloyders - Solo RP - 20/Jul/14

Hidden - TR - 19/Jun/13

Robin Fuller - TR - 2012

Would like to have onsighted it but it was really dirty. threw the rope down and tried it before cleaning to see if it would have been ok but blew the top when foot slipped of green smear. thanks rope! wiggy top move, but great climbing.
akhughes - Solo RP - 08/Apr/11

A bit hot, even on Earl. Struggled on the bottom section but was OK on the top bit.
Bob - TR dog - 30/May/09 with Steve Brock

Rob1988 - Solo RP - 04/Sep/08 with Tom Lewton

Hidden - Sent - 2007

Nick Beckett - Solo RP - Sep/06

steady with a cool head
Gus - Solo O/S - 22/Aug/04

No mats, one tied-down Zippy.
Jon Read - Solo RP - May/00 with Zippy

Hidden - TR - 2000

switch - Lead O/S - 1996

Super moves. I should have led it.
Dave Musgrove - 2nd - 11/Apr/95 with David

Dave Musgrove Jnr - Lead RP - 11/Apr/95 with Dad

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hard E60 of 2
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