The coast has unfortunately been used as a suicide spot and loose kit, clothing etc. lying around has resulted in the coastguard being called out. To avoid this, climbers are requested to ensure loose equipment and clothing is kept in rucksacks on the cliff top and preferably hidden from public view. You could also consider attaching a note to your sacks saying something like, 'Equipment being used by climbers - do not remove'.
Dates: 1 March to 31 July
Reason: Nesting Birds
No climbing between The Tool and Marmolata Arete inclusive to prevent disturbance of nesting birds. If using the Marmolata abseil point, please stay in the corner, spend as little time on top as possible and don't bring dogs to the top of the crag. Restrictions also apply from Sardine Special to Hard Day's Night, Andycap to Raindrop and Quasimodo to Insectitude inclusive.
An exciting and harder version of Aventura, starting just to its right. A rockfall has affected this route, it has been re-climbed but there are sections of very loose rock. Beware of the grade.1) 4c, 15m. Climb steeply up a blunt arete that leads to the left-hand side of a triangular roof. Gain flakes on the right and continue to the fault-line and an ammonite thread belay.2) 5c, 15m. Step right and move up to a niche below the roofs. Cross the 3m roof by a twisting crack, traverse left and exit up a wall. © Rockfax
FA. Tim Dunsby, Nigel Coe 10/Apr/1992.
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