12m. Climb the right of the slab. This is a committing route and one which can't be easily reversed. Best climbed solo - if climbed as a pair the leader will undoubtedly and inexplicably move further to the right, forcing the second climber to follow into loose and unstable areas. On reaching the top you may feel as though you don't know how you got there and have no idea what you should do next.

James Moyle 24/Jun/2016

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Eddietheed 26 May, 2017 Lead rpt
MerryPerry 26 May, 2017 2nd β
Eddietheed 7 May, 2017 Lead O/S Near the back of the Quarry on the right and up one level. If you find the four painted tunnel sections, the right one being the colour of a poke ball, walk a further 10 meters then go left down a small track. This will open up and around 70 meters on your right you will find them there. A better climb than most with the rock being relatively sound in nature. Boulder belay 5 meters back from the top of the climbs.
Near the back of the Quarry on the right and up one level. If you find the four painted tunnel sections, the right one being the colour of a poke ball, walk a further 10 meters then go left down a small track. This will open up and around 70 meters on your right you will find them there. A better climb than most with the rock being relatively sound in nature. Boulder belay 5 meters back from the top of the climbs.
SamSkulls 7 May, 2017 2nd β Some small sections of loose rock. If your belaying a lead then be on your toes and WEAR A HELMET!
Some small sections of loose rock. If your belaying a lead then be on your toes and WEAR A HELMET!
James Moyle 24 Jun, 2016 Solo β
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