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Rockfax Description
A narrow, protruding arete which can be climbed first on the left and then up its crest. Delicate, sustained and gearless. © Rockfax

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Burbage North VS Challenge (Rockfax Eastern Grit)

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Iain Thow 17 Mar, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Really the whole route is just one long move, but what a lovely one. You can reach the top once you are on the spine. One of the nicest micro-routes on the edge.
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βeta: Really the whole route is just one long move, but what a lovely one. You can reach the top once you are on the spine. One of the nicest micro-routes on the edge.
Iggy_B 9 May, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: HVS is a long way off, no gear but it's only about 4a moves.
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βeta: HVS is a long way off, no gear but it's only about 4a moves.
GrahamD 25 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Is HVS a typo ? HS 4b in the definitive guide is a bit closer to the mark.
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βeta: Is HVS a typo ? HS 4b in the definitive guide is a bit closer to the mark.
leon 4 Apr, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: i think the crux is coming out onto the face. felt more hs than hvs
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βeta: i think the crux is coming out onto the face. felt more hs than hvs

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High VS
Mid VS
Low VS
High HS
Mid HS
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High 4c
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High 4b
Mid 4b
Low 4b
High 4a
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The File

Grade: VS 4c ***
(Higgar Tor)