UKC

230m, 8 pitches.

Rockfax Description
1) 5c, 2) 5c, 3) 4c, 4) 4c, 5) 5c, 6) 5b, 7) 5b, 8) 5c.
A good and popular climb, on clean granite, with a good variety of slabs, corners and laybacks. Look for the name in faded blue paint - 'T d.AF'. Beware in unsettled weather as the route follows a drainage line.
Descent - Abseil to the left (looking out) of the line in 6 abseils (2x50m ropes minimum) or on foot. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A nice line, not too hard, on clean granite. Beware not to get caught in rain as the route follows a drainage line. Descent is by abseil to the right ot the top out by chains in 6 pitches, or on foot. Take 12 extenders.

JM Cambon, Patrick Correard 1994.

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CecWend 19 Sep, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: The first 2 pitches felt more sustained than the rest (especially for the lead climber), as other commented, and the one before last is very much on the legs!
Show beta
βeta: The first 2 pitches felt more sustained than the rest (especially for the lead climber), as other commented, and the one before last is very much on the legs!

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Style of Ascent
Alt Leads
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Route of Interest
The Flying Deutchman

Grade: 5c ***
(Orpierre)

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