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20m.

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20m. A good direct finish which includes the last move of Wurlitzer that seems easier with this approach. © Rockfax

FA. Nic Hellyer 1998.

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Richard Horn 9 Oct, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Considerably better finish than the regular route - out in space on jugs (rather than traversing on polish).
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βeta: Considerably better finish than the regular route - out in space on jugs (rather than traversing on polish).
Alan James - UKC and UKH 19 Jun, 2000 Show βeta
βeta: Contrary to the two previous comments a short (ish) person I know did this route with no problems by using a hold out left. It does make for a fingery move but as long as you don't attempt the reach then it is still possible at the grade of 6c.
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βeta: Contrary to the two previous comments a short (ish) person I know did this route with no problems by using a hold out left. It does make for a fingery move but as long as you don't attempt the reach then it is still possible at the grade of 6c.

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No Man is an Island

Grade: 6c ***
(Battleship Back Cliff)