42m, 2 pitches. 5a, 4c

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GaynorPaton 29 Jun, 2018 2nd O/S The slab with the overhanging crack is lovely, the groove above it is brutal and definitely the crux. A couple of very strenuous moves required to get through it. We ran both pitches together as the belay above the groove was not great, if we did it again we would belay before the slab with the overhanging crack. Doing it in one pitch led to a lot of rope drag.
The slab with the overhanging crack is lovely, the groove above it is brutal and definitely the crux. A couple of very strenuous moves required to get through it. We ran both pitches together as the belay above the groove was not great, if we did it again we would belay before the slab with the overhanging crack. Doing it in one pitch led to a lot of rope drag.
mjeffery 21 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S Serious. Definitely not HVS.
with Rob
Serious. Definitely not HVS.
with Rob
deklan ?Jun, 2017 -
with Charli
with Charli
Cardi 29 Jun, 2014 AltLd O/S Led P2. Gets E1 5a in new guide, and not easy at that. You wouldn't want to fall off the crux corner, even with microwires. Top pitch was pretty intimidating for VS 4c, and the nut slot isn't as obvious as the book makes out. Big, intimidating cliff.
with Alex S
Led P2. Gets E1 5a in new guide, and not easy at that. You wouldn't want to fall off the crux corner, even with microwires. Top pitch was pretty intimidating for VS 4c, and the nut slot isn't as obvious as the book makes out. Big, intimidating cliff.
with Alex S
al99 ?Aug, 2004 AltLd O/S
with Dave Brown
with Dave Brown
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