80m. Climb the left arete of the slab to join 'Mozambique' for its final crack. Don't enter the groove very loose!

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack, Culm - When the tide's in..

Jelly Mould Surfer 02/Jan/17 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 13/Nov/16 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 14/Aug/16 Lead rpt
Hidden 20/Apr/16 Lead
Steve Woollard 20/Apr/16 2nd
with Chris
Jelly Mould Surfer 05/Mar/16 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 05/Dec/15 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 27/Sep/15 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 01/Jul/15 Lead rpt
Skip 14/Mar/15 2nd
with Joel
Jelly Mould Surfer 14/Mar/15 Lead
with skip
Jelly Mould Surfer 08/Feb/15 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 16/Nov/14 Lead rpt
Joel Perkin 16/Nov/14 2nd O/S
with Dad
Jelly Mould Surfer 31/Aug/14 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 11/Mar/14 Lead
Steve Woollard 20/Jan/14 Lead
with Andy Owen
Forrest4556 ??/2014 -
Hidden 19/May/13 Lead
Jelly Mould Surfer 14/Nov/12 Lead O/S

Worth a star if you don't go into the groove. The top of the groove is loose, best stay on the slab and use the crack for protection. (and possibly one hold on Mozambique)

Mark Kemball 04/Oct/12 Lead
Chris the Tall 04/Oct/12 Lead β

Gear placed by mark. We used by the crack and the arête, might still be possible to do them independently for the first 2/3 rds, but would be very contrived

EllieWoods 06/Oct/01 2nd O/S
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