Rockfax Description
Start with feet and hands on the block on the left. Traverse the low break around the corner to a niche. The continuation is f7C on its own, and f7C+ when connected. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Starting on the block on the left of the overhanging face, traverse the juggy low breaks all the way around the corner to finish at a juggy, undercut flake. Strenny - feels more like French7a+ or so.

Ticklists

Cliff bouldering hero, The World's Hardest V4s, Yorkshire Gritstone Vol.1 Graded List - Bouldering

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daleholding 18 Oct, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: In 27 years of climbing I have seen this traverse done maybe twice at the most. The consensus that its high 6C is still too low. I agree with the logged description 7a+. Its one of those problems that if it was graded correctly would be an acknowledged classic. Just because you can climb onto the crux from the floor and do it, doesn't make it easy in sequence.
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βeta: In 27 years of climbing I have seen this traverse done maybe twice at the most. The consensus that its high 6C is still too low. I agree with the logged description 7a+. Its one of those problems that if it was graded correctly would be an acknowledged classic. Just because you can climb onto the crux from the floor and do it, doesn't make it easy in sequence.

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High f6C+
Mid f6C+
Low f6C+
High f6C
Mid f6C
Low f6C
High f6B+
Mid f6B+
Low f6B+
High f6B
Mid f6B
Low f6B
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Grade: f6B+ ***
(Westerdale View Quarry)
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