Rockfax Description
The left-hand line of thin cracks. Easy until the last move. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
It's about Fr4+ to the last move up to the chain, which is probably British 6a. Award yourself Fr6b+ if you do it.

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shlee 3 Oct Show βeta
βeta: Some very dubious bolting. Huge gap between second and third bolts, likely to fall to the ground, clipstick recommended! Similar distance between third and fourth bolts too, but easier climbing and no risk of groundstrike.
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βeta: Some very dubious bolting. Huge gap between second and third bolts, likely to fall to the ground, clipstick recommended! Similar distance between third and fourth bolts too, but easier climbing and no risk of groundstrike.
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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
shlee 3 Oct Lead O/S
RioVista23 20 Apr, 2018 Lead
with Graham Mercer
with Graham Mercer
benchwarmer 18 Dec, 2011 Lead O/S
with bobby j, micha
with bobby j, micha
Montse Shelb 17 Dec, 2011 Lead RP
with Sian
with Sian
climbingpixie 27 Jan, 2011 2nd O/S
with Pagan
with Pagan
Hidden 27 Jan, 2011 Lead RP
ferdia 4 Apr, 2010 TR O/S
with Marcus Horgan
with Marcus Horgan
tallthinmonkey 1 Apr, 2010 TR O/S
with Rob Leuhman
with Rob Leuhman
Hidden 21 Nov, 2000 Lead O/S
SR1970 15 Apr, 1995 Lead O/S
Strong Steve 31 Mar, 1994 Lead O/S
Hidden 18 Feb, 1994 Lead
goi.ashmore 27 Dec, 1993 Lead O/S
with Simon Coles
with Simon Coles
OMSKB 23 Apr, 1993 Lead
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