20m. Tidenhub is german for tidal range. The route is left of 'the Coming of Age E4 6a' up the left hand side of the green strike. It starts of the wave curved big block on the buttom with a harder move to a jug on the second bolt and a airy great crux pulling over the little roof two thirds up. A bomber green cam can be placed in a bore scar half way up. Not necessarily necessary but highly satisfying. The buttom bit is mostly wet but doesnt affect the climbing. It has a two bolt lower off than can be approached from above. Thanks to Pete Robins for pointing out!

Christopher Igel 13/Sep/2017

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Elcapchris 13 Sep, 2017 Lead RP A first ascent established during my time as an intern at Bangor School of Ocean Sciences. The line was pointed out to me by Pete Robins. A great little route with typical slate character. Probably hard to onsight withouth chalk marks, but once you know what to do a great outting. The crux is a super save fall, hence good for those who want to push at this level.
A first ascent established during my time as an intern at Bangor School of Ocean Sciences. The line was pointed out to me by Pete Robins. A great little route with typical slate character. Probably hard to onsight withouth chalk marks, but once you know what to do a great outting. The crux is a super save fall, hence good for those who want to push at this level.
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