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Rockfax Description
An easy slab leads to the right-hand edge of the overhang. Step onto it and pad gingerly all the way out to the (rounded) left arete and a harrowing finish above a big drop - care required. © Rockfax

FA. Johnny Dawes 1984

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ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List, Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors)

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Just Another Dave 8 Jul, 2018 Show βeta
βeta: Cleaned on ab and shunted a few times first. Technically modest but very fluffable hard-to-read insecure moves on scrattly grit that never exhausts its shedding patina of fine crystals. Could do with lots more traffic ... until then it must take a remarkable kind of mentality to onsight!
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βeta: Cleaned on ab and shunted a few times first. Technically modest but very fluffable hard-to-read insecure moves on scrattly grit that never exhausts its shedding patina of fine crystals. Could do with lots more traffic ... until then it must take a remarkable kind of mentality to onsight!
Duncan I 11 Jul, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: 5b all the way. It's never strenuous - it just requires good footwork and there's a no-hands rest on the arete.
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βeta: 5b all the way. It's never strenuous - it just requires good footwork and there's a no-hands rest on the arete.
Nigel Edley 23 Oct, 2002 Show βeta
βeta: The Moorland Gritstone grade of E3 5a seemed dangerously wrong to me. Moving up from the break on the extreme left edge of the slab/arete looked more like 5c. I moved up (on top rope) just right of the edge and even this, easier line, was 5b at the very least. If you're dying (!) to do an E3 slab, then go for Four Pebble Slab rather than attempt this!
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βeta: The Moorland Gritstone grade of E3 5a seemed dangerously wrong to me. Moving up from the break on the extreme left edge of the slab/arete looked more like 5c. I moved up (on top rope) just right of the edge and even this, easier line, was 5b at the very least. If you're dying (!) to do an E3 slab, then go for Four Pebble Slab rather than attempt this!
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Just Another Dave 8 Jul, 2018 Solo RP Cleaned on ab and shunted a few times first. Technically modest but very fluffable hard-to-read insecure moves on scrattly grit that never exhausts its shedding patina of fine crystals. Could do with lots more traffic ... until then it must take a remarkable kind of mentality to onsight!
Cleaned on ab and shunted a few times first. Technically modest but very fluffable hard-to-read insecure moves on scrattly grit that never exhausts its shedding patina of fine crystals. Could do with lots more traffic ... until then it must take a remarkable kind of mentality to onsight!
jiles 15 Aug, 2010 TR
Alex Winter 15 Aug, 2010 TR Insecure smearing up steep licheny scrittle. Declined the solo.
with jiles
Insecure smearing up steep licheny scrittle. Declined the solo.
with jiles
Hidden ?Jun, 2008 TR
Dave Musgrove Jnr 6 Sep, 1998 Solo
Phil West 26 Aug, 1998 TR O/S Cleaned on ab, then shunted twice. Couldn't get the bottle up to solo though.
Cleaned on ab, then shunted twice. Couldn't get the bottle up to solo though.
cragspud ??, 1996 Lead RP
craig h ??, 1996 -
ste_d 6 Jun, 1992 Solo O/S
shaun stephens ?Apr, 1992 Lead dog
with Dave
with Dave
nickprior ??, 1992 TR O/S Never 5b, more like 5c. But then I was wearing a very tatty unsticky pair of Hanwag boots
Never 5b, more like 5c. But then I was wearing a very tatty unsticky pair of Hanwag boots
goi.ashmore 15 Apr, 1989 Solo O/S Well overgraded.
Well overgraded.
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