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30m.

Rockfax Description
The most testing of the four lines described on this section of the cliff. High in the grade. Start at the base of the easy-angled arete on the left side of the main slab.
Move up the arete for 5m and transfer to cracks in the slab on the right. Follow the right-trending cracks all the way to the top passing a very thin section at two-thirds height. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The far left, just r of the arete itself. Variations for the top; stay at the same angle or bear left on large hollow flakes.

I Bentley & N Tritton 15/Sep/1976.

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West Country Climbs , Culm Along , Starred routes S-E2, North Devon

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Snyggapa 10 Apr Show βeta
βeta: The previously mentioned loose flake is now merely a shiny patch of new rock and adds to the excitement at about 2/3 height. Awkward step right now needed.
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βeta: The previously mentioned loose flake is now merely a shiny patch of new rock and adds to the excitement at about 2/3 height. Awkward step right now needed.
lcoleman86 6 Jun, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: Currently a loose bloc about 2/3rds up, close to sliding off and about the size of standard kitchen cupboard door. 6/6/21
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βeta: Currently a loose bloc about 2/3rds up, close to sliding off and about the size of standard kitchen cupboard door. 6/6/21

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Grade: HS 4a ***
(The Dewerstone)

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