15m.

Rockfax Description
S3. An attractive diagonal crack in the left wall of the narrow section of the zawn. It is possible to bridge at times. © Rockfax

FA. Jim Kimber 28/Feb/1998

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dannyboy83 5 Oct, 2018 DWS O/S
davehopes 14 May, 2017 TR dog We did this more for the abstract. The previous two logs detail this climb well, it's wet, greasy, sharp and I wouldn't touch it on lead. Excellent hand jam opportunities. Some dodgy crimps, either wet from run off, or wet because they will land in the sea. The approach is fun, but not for the faint hearted.
We did this more for the abstract. The previous two logs detail this climb well, it's wet, greasy, sharp and I wouldn't touch it on lead. Excellent hand jam opportunities. Some dodgy crimps, either wet from run off, or wet because they will land in the sea. The approach is fun, but not for the faint hearted.
Hidden ?Jul, 2014 TR
Alex More 10 Jun, 2013 Lead dog Full on ming, terrifying and reckon I deserve the tick for pulling on soaking wet holds, only grabbed one draw!
Full on ming, terrifying and reckon I deserve the tick for pulling on soaking wet holds, only grabbed one draw!
sam.sam.sam.ferguson 10 Jun, 2013 2nd dog Mega greasy - might be nice when in condition.
Mega greasy - might be nice when in condition.
Hidden 28 Feb, 1998 Lead RP
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