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15m.

Rockfax Description
14m. The rounded zig-zag cracks that split the centre of the left-hand side of the face are both steeper and harder than they appear from below, though protection is plentiful. Exit leftwards. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The fine wandering crack that splits the centre of the face. A variation finish was done by Dolphin and Fisher on 1/8/43, this variation is now included in Z Climb Eliminate.

Claude Dean Frankland. pre 1923.

Ticklists

Steve Ashton's 100 Classic Gritstone Climbs, Almscliff VS Challenge, Yorkshire Grit Vol 1 Best VS

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supermembrane 25 Jul Show βeta
βeta: Superb route. Once off the ground it suddenly feels a lot more serious and steep. Don’t hang around and keep moving to avoid major pump. Rests are awkward and require jamming. The top section is a highlight.
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βeta: Superb route. Once off the ground it suddenly feels a lot more serious and steep. Don’t hang around and keep moving to avoid major pump. Rests are awkward and require jamming. The top section is a highlight.

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Frankland's Green Crack

Grade: VS 4c ***
(Almscliff)