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The low level traverse of the slab from R to L. Pretty bold for the first 20 odd foot of the traverse.

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 14 May, 2018 TR
Hidden 14 May, 2018 TR
goi.ashmore 19 Jun, 1998 Lead O/S Bloody terrifying. I happily wandered along the start of this, thinking that if I fell off I'd just land nicely in the sea. By the time I'd done the crux and got the wire in the tide was out and I realised there was never more than a foot of water below me....
with Roy Thomas
Bloody terrifying. I happily wandered along the start of this, thinking that if I fell off I'd just land nicely in the sea. By the time I'd done the crux and got the wire in the tide was out and I realised there was never more than a foot of water below me....
with Roy Thomas
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Pressure Drop

Grade: E3 5c ***
(Spekes Mill Mouth and Brownspear Point)