Rockfax Description
Climb the crack just left of the arete, passing a recess, to a sloping shelf on the right. A continuation crack leads through an overhang to a finish up the crack in the left wall of Unicorn
Cracks' final groove. © Rockfax

FA. Eddie Birch 1960s 1965

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Oceanic 3 Jul, 2010 - The start of this route is like a mucky version of Chequer's Crack at Froggatt (sounds appealing eh?). The overhanging continuation crack is full of grass, so I avoided this by stepping into Unicorn Cracks for a couple of moves. The belay at the top is interesting.
The start of this route is like a mucky version of Chequer's Crack at Froggatt (sounds appealing eh?). The overhanging continuation crack is full of grass, so I avoided this by stepping into Unicorn Cracks for a couple of moves. The belay at the top is interesting.
charlesmfrench 10 Jun, 1982 Lead O/S
Hidden 3 Aug, 1981 2nd
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