Ash Tree Arete VS 4c
10m. The arete to the right of Wall Corner then over the steep mini roof. Can obviously be climbed in a number of ways, but sticking to the right side of the arête seems most logical
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PUBLIC LOGBOOKS
This climb is in 22 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

John Brayshaw - Lead O/S - 20/Aug/13 with Bunny

deacondeacon - Lead O/S - 11/Aug/13

pebbles - 2nd - 10/Aug/13 with muppetfilter

angus - Solo O/S - 24/Nov/12

mwatson - Solo O/S - 13/Nov/12

Chris the Tall - Solo rpt - 06/Jun/11

Hidden - Solo - 02/Oct/10

Jonathan Hall - Solo - 22/Apr/10

mattparratt - Solo - 31/Oct/09

SteveJCox - 2nd - Oct/09

popebenedictus - Lead O/S - 17/Aug/09 with Edd Rab

chili-d - 2nd O/S - 29/May/09 with Poz

cleggy - 2nd - Mar/08 with Rich

Miles87 - 2nd O/S - 20/May/07 with Will Maxwell

Rampikino - Solo - 24/Jun/06 with MMC Various

dannyboy83 - Solo O/S - Oct/05 with SUMC

Hidden - Lead O/S - 2003

Hidden - Solo - 09/Jan/00

Hidden - 1997

Anton Eady - 1983

Howard Dixon - Solo - 1981

Ghastly Rubberfeet - Solo - 1980

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