Enjoyable, clean climbing on a strong line make this an Avon favourite, though now well-glossed. Recently upgraded to better reflect the difficulty of the hard climbing. Start at the base of the arete.1) 13m. Take the arete to a tree belay.2) 13m. Continue up the groove and arete to a ledge.3) 4a, 14m. The ledge above is very awkward and slippery to stand on! Thankfully the rest of the pitch to gain Lunchtime Ledge is far easier. © Rockfax
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Grade: S 3b ***
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