12m. Start up 'Adulterer's Repentance' to the loose (?) spike. Place crucial (blind) small wires and make a tough dyno to a good, flat ledge up the left side of the arete. The finish is a lot more straight forward!

G. Lennox 1984

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smally 3 Jul Show βeta
βeta: The large flake that formed the start is no longer there,this also affects Adulterer's Repentance. Route recleaned (06/19) and climbed, with a direct continuation up the top arete above the jutting ledge . Grade remains E6 6b/c. Worth a couple of stars.
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βeta: The large flake that formed the start is no longer there,this also affects Adulterer's Repentance. Route recleaned (06/19) and climbed, with a direct continuation up the top arete above the jutting ledge . Grade remains E6 6b/c. Worth a couple of stars.
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dodfoster 17 May, 2008 Lead RP Felt it to be easier than 6c. Found small holds left of the arete which reduced to the 'dyno' to just a throw. Awesome route mind. NB: wouldn't want to fully rely on the spike.
with tom pearson
Felt it to be easier than 6c. Found small holds left of the arete which reduced to the 'dyno' to just a throw. Awesome route mind. NB: wouldn't want to fully rely on the spike.
with tom pearson
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