Rockfax Description
Another quality climb that takes on one of the blankest-looking sections of wall on the face and has a particularly hard sequence at mid-height in a runout situation. Start at the base of a left-trending crack as for Coronary Country.
Climb up the wall directly above the base of the diagonal crack to a break at 10m. Above the break is a discontinuous series of thin cracks and seams. Climb these - low gear - to a crux sequence to just below the next prominent diagonal break. Follow the steep wall above to the top, easier but serious. © Rockfax

FA. Mark Edwards 1989

Ticklists: Great Wall Climbs of the UK, West Country Climbs, Rockfax West Country top 50, Culm Coast Dagger Attack, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet).

Ed Booth 12/May/15 TR

Tried on a rope. Desperate crux, and serious upper wall. Pulled some blocks off onto my legs. Like weetabix the top half. Bit baffled on the crux. Ad Top roped coronary country. Would say this is hard e8 and hard 6c. Although there is 2 wires and 2 cam by your feet for the crux.

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