35m. Bold and balancy climbing up the wall right of MS. Good gear in the breaks but the bits in between require plenty of RPs and dilligence placing them. Climb the MS groove but exit rightwards into the continuation groove. Swing right out of this and mantel onto a sloping ledge. Look longingly back at the sanctuary of the groove, then move bravely up to the SB break. Swing right out of the niche, rock-over immediately and trend left of the wall to the final break and pleasant finish.

Nick Wharton 2009

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Hidden ?Jul, 2017 Lead G/U
Footy564 2 Aug, 2013 Lead O/S Brilliant route! better than marble maybe? loved it
with James stokes
Brilliant route! better than marble maybe? loved it
with James stokes
Pete Graham ?May, 2012 Lead O/S
with Rick Graham
with Rick Graham
Duncan Campbell 30 Mar, 2012 Lead dnf My vagina... It was quivering!! Battled up the initial overhung groove then found what turned out to be good gear, but I had pump paranoia. Went over to the ledge but couldn't see any gear coming up after and didn't want to commit to a mantel I couldn't reverse. In hindsight, I should be able to climb most steady 6a sequences after a rest but I was bricking it so backed off. On abb Bubbles found some gear a few moves above the ledge. Gutted.
My vagina... It was quivering!! Battled up the initial overhung groove then found what turned out to be good gear, but I had pump paranoia. Went over to the ledge but couldn't see any gear coming up after and didn't want to commit to a mantel I couldn't reverse. In hindsight, I should be able to climb most steady 6a sequences after a rest but I was bricking it so backed off. On abb Bubbles found some gear a few moves above the ledge. Gutted.
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