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The left-hand arete of the wall is rather light on gear. Start up the arete, or round to the left (easier, but less satisfying) to where it blanks out then keep to the right. Have you got that? © Rockfax

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Andrew Barker 10 Jun, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: A good solo, gets your head in gear for the bigger ticks. The line in the Rockfax guide is misleading, the route doesn't start from the very bottom of the arete. It starts about a metre up the left gully and follows the left side of the arete, pulling round to the right at a level with the bulge on A Game of Chess.
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βeta: A good solo, gets your head in gear for the bigger ticks. The line in the Rockfax guide is misleading, the route doesn't start from the very bottom of the arete. It starts about a metre up the left gully and follows the left side of the arete, pulling round to the right at a level with the bulge on A Game of Chess.
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leon 17 Jul, 2015 2nd
Andrew Barker 9 Jun, 2007 Solo O/S A good solo, gets your head in gear for the bigger ticks. The line in the Rockfax guide is misleading, the route doesn't start from the very bottom of the arete. It starts about a metre up the left gully and follows the left side of the arete, pulling round to the right at a level with the bulge on A Game of Chess.
A good solo, gets your head in gear for the bigger ticks. The line in the Rockfax guide is misleading, the route doesn't start from the very bottom of the arete. It starts about a metre up the left gully and follows the left side of the arete, pulling round to the right at a level with the bulge on A Game of Chess.
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