Altitude 10m a.s.l
Crystal Slabs, Pembroke © Rob Johnson expeditionguide.com
The Slabs offers an apparently indistinguishable array of VS climbs up a slab, with the centre overlap being the crux. Mosaic Wall is vertical and has suffered a rockfall (1997); Thunder Wall looks loose but is solid enough, and houses the harder routes. Routes up to 220ft, single- and multi-pitch.
Tidal at the base of Thunder Wall at high tide.
Approach as for Crystal Slabs (Levitation Wall).
|I Pulled a large block off the crux overhang on mural landscape E3 yesterday. The crux thread is possibly less solid now. The crux section is now unstable and not worth risking.|
Ed morris - 29/Mar/15
|4||The First Waltz||HVS 5a|
|5||Sixth Crack||VS 4c *|
|6||The Gadfly||VS 4c *|
|7||Crystal Powers||E1 5b|
|8||Razzle Dazzle||VS 4c *|
|9||The Crucifix||VS 4c *|
|10||Michelangelo||VS 4c *|
|11||Crystal Edge||HVS 5a *|
|12||Highland Park||E1 5b|
|14||Crystal Arete||VS 4c *|
|16||Hole in the Wall|
|17||Paint by Numbers||E4 6a *|
|18||Mural Landscape||E3 5c **|
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