UKC

10m.

Rockfax Description
The undercut left-hand arete of the jutting buttress has a steep start on jams and pleasant jug-hauling above. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Hatton 1963.

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Jon Greengrass 1 Apr, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Where do you start? direct up the jugs on the front of the buttress is easy enough but very strenuous with no gear until just under the roof, above a shocking landing. Having looked at that and not feeling strong started round to the left, where a solid locker of a jam in the break leads to good a good hold and an easier finish at about VS 4c.
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βeta: Where do you start? direct up the jugs on the front of the buttress is easy enough but very strenuous with no gear until just under the roof, above a shocking landing. Having looked at that and not feeling strong started round to the left, where a solid locker of a jam in the break leads to good a good hold and an easier finish at about VS 4c.

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Route of Interest

Upper Tor Wall

Grade: HS 4b ***
(Kinder Southern Edges)
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