10m. A potentially serious route (with tricky protection in the lower half), but low in the grade, taking the right side of the arete forming the left arch of the cave, then a thin crack. The thin crack can suffer from seepage but this can usually be avoided.

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Hidden 30 Jun Lead G/U
TeddyC 11 May Lead O/S
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Hidden 6 Sep, 2017 Lead O/S
gforce 6 Sep, 2017 2nd rpt
gforce 10 Aug, 2014 Lead E4 5c or 6a I thought. Definitely worth a star at least. Very good route - balancy, technical and a bit run out. There is reasonable gear tho.
E4 5c or 6a I thought. Definitely worth a star at least. Very good route - balancy, technical and a bit run out. There is reasonable gear tho.
tim whitaker 10 Aug, 2014 2nd
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Steven Carter ??, 2011 Lead RP E3 5c? Reasonable kit can be obtained. Very good, technical, and worth a star. The upper section that seeps can be avoided if it's not too bad.
E3 5c? Reasonable kit can be obtained. Very good, technical, and worth a star. The upper section that seeps can be avoided if it's not too bad.
Hidden 30 Aug, 2010 TR
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