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10m.

Rockfax Description
Approach the arete steeply from the left (or direct - harder) using well-glossed holds then follow it with pleasant situations. © Rockfax

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All trad climbs at Birchen Edge, Birchen Edge 1981 guide routes

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Iggy_B 22 Feb, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: The start is pretty straightforward, as is the whole climb!
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βeta: The start is pretty straightforward, as is the whole climb!
Nutkey 8 Jun, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: No gear until you're round the arete (not that high, but a bad landing) onto the slab, by which time you don't need any. The start took me a couple of attempts and I'm not exactly weak... A Birchen classic really... VD 4a?
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βeta: No gear until you're round the arete (not that high, but a bad landing) onto the slab, by which time you don't need any. The start took me a couple of attempts and I'm not exactly weak... A Birchen classic really... VD 4a?

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Route of Interest

Verandah Cracks Inside Route

Grade: VD ***
(Stanage Popular)