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12m.

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The left edge of the slab has a hard start using a vague crack and polished holds. It eases a little above. © Rockfax

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Eastern Peak Grit 100 VD- VS, All trad climbs at Birchen Edge, The Gritlist

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RM199 20 May, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Completly agree, cracking route, fiarly easy but with little gear on the start slab, Could not get up the nose at the back,
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βeta: Completly agree, cracking route, fiarly easy but with little gear on the start slab, Could not get up the nose at the back,
Crammy 13 Apr, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: The photo shows it finishing up the separate block further back. Couln't find a route up there at this grade. Did I miss something?
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βeta: The photo shows it finishing up the separate block further back. Couln't find a route up there at this grade. Did I miss something?
Jon Greengrass 17 Jun, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: Another faith in friction start followed by pleasant laybacking. hard for the grade
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βeta: Another faith in friction start followed by pleasant laybacking. hard for the grade

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Three Tree Climb

Grade: HS 4b ***
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