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Rockfax Description
Climb the steep cracks to the bulges then move out right and reach the roof before traversing left and battling a way into the final widening fissure. A beautifully brutal beast. © Rockfax

FA. John Loy 1965

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Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors)

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Fiend 12 Aug, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: A real gem - not to be missed. The brief switching corner and swinging but steady traverse are fun but mere appetisers to the main event. The cleft above looks as grimly offputting as the finest of it's genre, yet succumbs merrily to unconventional geometries. Satisfying!
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βeta: A real gem - not to be missed. The brief switching corner and swinging but steady traverse are fun but mere appetisers to the main event. The cleft above looks as grimly offputting as the finest of it's genre, yet succumbs merrily to unconventional geometries. Satisfying!
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The old James turnbull 10 Jul, 2015 2nd
with adam brown
with adam brown
Brown 10 Jul, 2015 Lead
Hidden 28 Jun, 2015 Lead dog
Frank the Husky ??, 2013 -
Will Hunt 11 Aug, 2012 2nd dog Hardest E1 I think I've ever been on. If Tom hadn't pointed out the uppercut fist jam sequence I wouldn't have been able to climb it. The bilberry shrub in the top crack had two berries. One for each successful climber!
with Tom Nichols
Hardest E1 I think I've ever been on. If Tom hadn't pointed out the uppercut fist jam sequence I wouldn't have been able to climb it. The bilberry shrub in the top crack had two berries. One for each successful climber!
with Tom Nichols
Hidden 24 May, 2009 Lead dog
Keith Sharples 30 Jul, 2006 Lead
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