17m. Climb the groove to the crack of Shin Gi Tai; then pull out right and climb a hanging groove. The first part of this climb is now bolted, since the start has been incorporated into the newer sport route Shin Gi Tai (2). There is also a lower-off.

T Penning 21/Jan/2007


ClimberDateStyle
bpmclimb 24/Jul TR β

Not led it yet, but my impression is E2 maximum, maybe even E1. There's a tricky pull or two up the groove (maybe just 5c, possibly 5b), but the pro looks good, and fairly easy to place. Shame the LO had to be so low.

with Shunt
Sprax 04/Jun TR β
SachitD 03/Jun TR β
with Anna Soligo
asol ?/Jun Lead O/S
with Sachit
Stanners 26/Mar Lead O/S

Good fun, 1 bomber cam easily placed, so might as well be bolted, as it is just a run out sport route as far as I can see!

with Gordon Jenkin, Mark Davis, Karl
guy xavier percival 30/Apr/16 Lead O/S
with mark
Goose4 17/Feb/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 03/Sep/09 2nd O/S
PaulTclimbing ?/Mar/09 -
with Dan, Nona, Howell graham, Pete, Jon, Nick, BDT
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