27m.

Rockfax Description
Good moves and position on the right-facing corner/ramp mostly via its left rib. A stopper move just left of the rock scar is the crux and care is needed with loose rock. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Climbs the R facing corner/ramp about 25 m L of Ayers and Graces mostly via its L rib. Very good moves and good positions.Some friable holds remain but generously bolted to compensate. Probably worth an extra star if/when the loose holds are removed by traffic.

Start 25 m L of Ayers and Graces at the foot of the rib.

Climb the lower rib and step R to the big ledge (or go more directly on dubious blocks). Move back to the arete and climb it to a hard move with small footholds that can also be done by moving R into the corner and back L (probably slightly harder). Continue up the groove/ramp above moving out L to finish.

C.Struthers, H. Walmsley 04/Jul/2013

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Slate Arêtes (sport), Slate Sport, All the Llanberis SLATE sport @ 6c & 6c+

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Mark Reeves 14 Apr, 2018 Lead dog Slightly loose in places but good. A perplexing move at half height makes me think it might be 7a
Slightly loose in places but good. A perplexing move at half height makes me think it might be 7a
harold walmsley 4 Jul, 2013 Lead RP Seepage was re-establishing itself as the sun went down by the time I was on the redpoint. The damp added a certain extra
with Colin Struthers
Seepage was re-establishing itself as the sun went down by the time I was on the redpoint. The damp added a certain extra
with Colin Struthers
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