12m. The crack starts from a sentry box and gives good climbing to a naughty finish up the widening and undercut crack. It is possible to avoid the last few moves by traversing the break leftwards to give a one star HS 4b. © Rockfax
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Steady climbing to the last ledge to where a thrutch up the final crack awaits. A lot of parties move off sideways here at 4b. Large cam useful for that last crux section.
Pre 1957, possibly the E.Y.M.C..
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Grade: VS 4c ***
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