Font 7a. Essentially the rib of "The Ceasless Tide" on its left. Now easily identifiable from the rock scar. Start with left hand on a backhand sidepull, right low on the 'arete'. Make a hard pull on and then slap to the remains of the broken hold. Use the drill scar to get the sloper on the nose, then a better sloper above. Finish at the break. Good moves, the first being the hardest. no holds left of the faint cracks. originally 7b and topped out up the wall but some holds are friable
Named from a nasty fall when a jug broke.

Gareth Wallis Feb/2008

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
bentley's biceps ?/Mar/11 Sent

Did this again, the holds are altering and it's getting soft for 7b now.

bentley's biceps 12/Mar/09 Sent
High f7B+
Mid f7B+
Low f7B+
High f7B
Mid f7B
Low f7B
High f7A+
Mid f7A+
Low f7A+
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