6m. Start on the right end of "Big Arch". Follow the arete left all the way to the central point of the arch.

Drop down for a safe 6c, or perform a high ball slopey mantel shelf to top out for a 7a.

Tom Brierley Gore 22/Aug/2012

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reubenhf 12 Aug, 2017 Sent dnf
with Taz K
with Taz K
Thomas Hirons 9 Jul, 2017 Sent O/S Top out looked a tiny bit too scary with only the one pad... Happy to get the flash though!
Top out looked a tiny bit too scary with only the one pad... Happy to get the flash though!
Rhys Hughes 20 Jul, 2016 Sent β Stoked! Topped out for first outdoor 7a :)
Stoked! Topped out for first outdoor 7a :)
Hidden 21 Apr, 2016 Sent dnf
Tom Brierley 22 Aug, 2012 Sent x Could not find previous records of climb, added + named... FA? It would be more of a 6b/+ if the holds weren't so slopey, but topping out on slate is a little scary at that height... it's surprisingly safe to drop down onto the sand though (if you fall on your feet, bend legs etc, don't sue me...). There is also a problem to be done on the left side of the arch, (direct route), it's very nice but very hard at the top, probably 7a+, a lot of core strength and dynamism required, couldn't quite finish it.
Could not find previous records of climb, added + named... FA? It would be more of a 6b/+ if the holds weren't so slopey, but topping out on slate is a little scary at that height... it's surprisingly safe to drop down onto the sand though (if you fall on your feet, bend legs etc, don't sue me...). There is also a problem to be done on the left side of the arch, (direct route), it's very nice but very hard at the top, probably 7a+, a lot of core strength and dynamism required, couldn't quite finish it.
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