200m, 5 pitches. No description has been contributed for this climb.

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myrddinmuse 18/Jun Lead O/S

Utterly amazing climb on immaculate rock with a breathtaking view. We started on Baker's way because the descent down to the start of Fandango looked a little on the loose side, then I led 80m, running it out to avoid drag since the climbing was on the easy side. Was on stretch when I came to an eye bolt that saved my ass. So much for what I'd heard about american trad routes having bolted belays... Meant to continue on Baker, but ended up following the dihedral past some scary and delicate traversing and some powerful laybacking (for the grade) continuing through the overhang up the dihedral. Ran it 80m again before thankfully coming to a ring piton in decent nick. Made hanging belay out of necessity and then sprinted to the top following the slab next to the dihedral. Never been as exhausted after a climb, and never done an 80m pitch before never mind two in a row! Got absolutely fried in the sun despite applying sun cream, but boy was it worth it. Felt around VS the way I went, considering runouts and P2, but maybe I am just afear't and not used to the style (and I was 100% off route).

with Jade
c357 30/May/16 Lead
climbingxcat 21/Aug/14 AltLd β

P1 and 4, made 4 harder than necessary apparently, 5.7 according to Roger! Thoroughly enjoyed it

with Roger Truesdale, Brian
Hidden 04/May/14 AltLd
Yourlead ?/May/94 Lead
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