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120m. Harder starts (III-V) are available on the fan-shaped lower buttress

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Dominica 24 Feb Show βeta
βeta: excellent route, rough in strong winds
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βeta: excellent route, rough in strong winds
Rachel Sarah 4 Feb Show βeta
βeta: I broke a huge flake at the very start (next to belay) doesn't affect climb
 
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βeta: I broke a huge flake at the very start (next to belay) doesn't affect climb
MichaelG 18 Nov, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Snow still unconsolidated powder - makes the crux pitch interesting.
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βeta: Snow still unconsolidated powder - makes the crux pitch interesting.
WhipperSnapper 8 Nov, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Frozen turf, rime and powder.
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βeta: Frozen turf, rime and powder.
Sean Kelly 25 Feb, 2009 Show βeta
βeta: Moved together with Jonathan (USA), but we pitched the Pinnacle. That windy I was blown off the top belay twice! no view of course.
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βeta: Moved together with Jonathan (USA), but we pitched the Pinnacle. That windy I was blown off the top belay twice! no view of course.

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High II/III
Mid II/III
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High II
Mid II
Low II
High I/II
Mid I/II
Low I/II
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Route of Interest

Raeburn's Easy Route

Grade: II ***
(Ben Nevis)