12m. The route is in a large bay filled with small silver birch trees and partridge feeders which is found 100m past "The People with Unusual Names Slab" up a track on the right. A disappointingly loose wall is breached on the right by a steep mud filled gully, the climb takes this directly.The route should be viewed as a practice climb for winter routes and was climbed using ice axes but not crampons.

Martin Bazley 24/Oct/2012

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Luke W Edwards 20 Sep, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Has anybody located this since it was first climbed? I'm after a better description as I was unable to locate the gully today.
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βeta: Has anybody located this since it was first climbed? I'm after a better description as I was unable to locate the gully today.
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deepstar 24 Oct, 2012 Solo I was desperate to try out those new ice tools!
I was desperate to try out those new ice tools!
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