From a standing start on undercuts move up and left to the vague crack and finish on the big jug unless you fancy a highball finish on big holds

Bob Dickinson Apr/1986

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Joe Lawson 16 Jul Sent x
Sam Lawson 16 Jul Sent x
Hidden 28 Jun Sent x
MathewWright1998 10 Feb Sent β
Haydn Jones 10 Feb Sent O/S
with mathew wright, Eder
with mathew wright, Eder
Matt Cooke 11 May, 2017 Sent x
masonwoods101 21 Jun, 2014 Sent x
+4apeindex 21 Mar, 2014 - Great problem brilliant moves through the crack; not the hardest but probably the best sequence I've done on lime.
Great problem brilliant moves through the crack; not the hardest but probably the best sequence I've done on lime.
Bob Dickinson ?Apr, 1986 Solo G/U Route first climbed back in 1986 and recorded in the Stoney Cafe Climbs book. Soloed with a highball finish and without bouldering mats.At that time graded 6a/b (UK Tech grade).Memories of the name given to this climb are now but a distant memory in the mists of time.......
Route first climbed back in 1986 and recorded in the Stoney Cafe Climbs book. Soloed with a highball finish and without bouldering mats.At that time graded 6a/b (UK Tech grade).Memories of the name given to this climb are now but a distant memory in the mists of time.......
Bob Dickinson ?Apr, 1986 Solo
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