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12m.

Rockfax Description
12m. After a tough start (5c?) follow pockets and slopers up to the break where a small thread (possibly also chipped?) and small cams protect the awkward (chipped) finish. Avoiding using the chipped hold, lest you be struck down, is nearer 5c. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Start just right of holly tree. Use pockets and a useful pebble to a welcome ledge. First protection can be found, then move up easily to a small break (micro cam useful), then make steeper pleasant moves up to a small thread. All that remains is the awkward top out this can be done without the chip at 5c, 5b with.

Tony Barley, Chas Hird. Aug/1966.

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Chris F 12 Sep, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: small / micro friend useful in the middle.
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