28m.

Rockfax Description
An eliminate line. Start at a bolt-belay above broken ground, which is gained by abseil. Alternatively, climb up the initial broken wall of routes either side and traverse to the low belay.
Take the steep prow on small pockets and edges to a slabby finish, without straying across to Portland Heights. © Rockfax

FA. Dave Pickford. Stolen from Nic Hellyer Sep/1999

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West Country Climbs, Portland, Portland 7a/+, CC GUIDE (2008): Portland - 1-3 Star Classic & Hard Rock

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Logged Ascents

UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Dexter JW 29 Apr, 2018 Lead dog
with dbrooks
with dbrooks
Dandan 25 Mar, 2018 Lead dog Load of rubbish, blank if you stay strictly on line, hard for the grade and dangerous bolting on the lower crux.
Load of rubbish, blank if you stay strictly on line, hard for the grade and dangerous bolting on the lower crux.
samparsons 13 Mar, 2018 Lead dog Very hard to read and just a bit of a pain in the ass!
Very hard to read and just a bit of a pain in the ass!
Ed Babs 2 Apr, 2016 Lead dog Too eliminate. After the bulge you could reach holds on Portland Heights and Burning Skies at the same time.
with Al
Too eliminate. After the bulge you could reach holds on Portland Heights and Burning Skies at the same time.
with Al
Marti999 10 Mar, 2012 Lead dog seems to be very eliminate, with hard to work out bulge.
seems to be very eliminate, with hard to work out bulge.
bigie bob 7 Jun, 2009 Lead O/S
Martin Krasnansky 30 Apr, 2009 Lead O/S
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