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Graeme Hammond 08/Mar AltLd O/S

Well worth doing if you are walking down off the top from doing one of the bigger routes (Made my day after a long and disappointing route) and have some time spare but don't walk up just to do this. There are 2 good pitches: P1: is long (55m) and more present than it appears as you don't have to get stuck into the wide crack but can bridge and climb the rib on the right lower down & the chimney is easy enough but will that big chock stone stay in place forever? Easier slabs lead to a belay. P2: the difficulties are shorter and easier (thankfully?) than they appear from below, I thought low end 5b (one guide said E1 5c I think) with good gear, good jams & a few footholds in an intimidating and steep position but leaves you short changed like a knockout in the 2nd round when it gives in just as you thought the fight was about to begin. Led all the way to the top on P2 eliminating P3 in the guide which was easy enough without any rope drag and reduced the FAFF of a scramble pitch (30m ish?). Descended Via South Gully.

with Jim
bigdrew 27/Mar/15 AltLd O/S
with Georgia
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