An easy slab and scramble leads to the base of the smooth tufa wall. Hard moves gain the top of a black tufa. Climb tenuously up and left, then climb the fat tufa hidden behind the tree to a rest. Move up and right and then make powerful moves over the roof. A tricky to read sequence gains the chain. It is possible to step left and finish up 'Bearly a Bitch Extension.'

Jonathan Emett 19/Feb/2016

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climberchristy 15 Feb, 2018 Lead dog Clean past tufa to the steep bulge. Then off at crux above the bulge.Next three bolts worth of climbing is hard and all 3 clips could do with extending / being lower. Finally dogged to chain but was knackered and fingers crying from a long day on sharp rock so I knew the redpoint woudn't happen today. Might come back for it but would do it earlier in day. Still think it would feel tough for 7b.
with Vanessa
Clean past tufa to the steep bulge. Then off at crux above the bulge.Next three bolts worth of climbing is hard and all 3 clips could do with extending / being lower. Finally dogged to chain but was knackered and fingers crying from a long day on sharp rock so I knew the redpoint woudn't happen today. Might come back for it but would do it earlier in day. Still think it would feel tough for 7b.
with Vanessa
Jonathan Emett 19 Feb, 2016 Lead RP Grade needs confirming. None of the moves are as hard as the crux on caballo loco, but there are more of them and it is more sustained. Could be anywhere around 7b.
with Trythallj, orange craig, niall
Grade needs confirming. None of the moves are as hard as the crux on caballo loco, but there are more of them and it is more sustained. Could be anywhere around 7b.
with Trythallj, orange craig, niall
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