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34m. The left side of the perfectly-formed tufa is taken mainly on the wall. Start via the downward-pointing cone-shaped tufa. © Rockfax

Ram MkiV 25/Dec/16 Lead O/S

Top bit of tufa around last bolt wet so i was too far left working around that

nimajneb 09/Feb/16 Lead O/S
Dan724 09/Feb/16 Lead RP

Second go. Went the wrong way (too far left) before trying to stand on the tufa on the onsight attempt!

Hidden 03/Jan/16 Lead O/S
LucasHarazin 15/Feb/15 Lead RP
Tophe 10/Feb/15 Lead O/S
LucasHarazin 08/Feb/15 Lead dog
Hidden 08/Jan/15 Lead β
Dibdawg 04/Feb/14 Lead RP

2nd go after falling at the last clip 1st attempt.

AJM 04/Feb/14 Lead RP

Second go. Tried to flash with some general beta, fell off by the penultimate bolt (before clipping it!). Brilliant techy wackiness.

soph 02/Jan/14 Lead β
with Tony Stone
Ricky Rocks 16/Dec/13 Lead
Haydn Jones 23/Jan/13 Lead O/S

At night with a headtorch, 7a+ max

with tonanf, pep
KKilroy ?/Jan/13 Lead dog

There is a three ring bolt loweroff at the top of the columar part of the tufa. This is an excellent 6c/+ to here. Above the climbing is initally quite cool on the black vague tufa but sadly ends on crappy blind painful crimps.

Hidden 26/Dec/12 Lead O/S
J.Wells 22/Dec/12 Lead β
dannyboy83 11/Dec/11 Lead O/S
with Ivan
Glyn 17/Dec/09 Lead dog

Hard and crimpy top section

Rich Kirby 03/Jan/07 Lead O/S

The imaculate fat tufa avoided by life is sweet. Awesome!

with Ash
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