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Rockfax Description
A delicate lower arete leads to a grassy ledge. Continue up the bold lichenous and reachy upper arete. © Rockfax

FA. Colin Banton 1978.

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Offwidth 25 Nov, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: The start is worthwhile but the start moves at the top are pointless and technical and unprotected. Better to move in for the last moves from the right or use siderunners.
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βeta: The start is worthwhile but the start moves at the top are pointless and technical and unprotected. Better to move in for the last moves from the right or use siderunners.
Pythonist 4 May, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Don't understand the grading of this one at all... Unless you move right away from the arrete, to the back of the grassy ledge, the gear is a shocking distance away from the harder higher moves
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βeta: Don't understand the grading of this one at all... Unless you move right away from the arrete, to the back of the grassy ledge, the gear is a shocking distance away from the harder higher moves
Monk 22 Sep, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: This is lethal at VS. The move from the ledge has no gear unless you use a side runner and the move is not trivial. If you fell you would be lucky to stay on the ledge.
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βeta: This is lethal at VS. The move from the ledge has no gear unless you use a side runner and the move is not trivial. If you fell you would be lucky to stay on the ledge.

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Great Portland Street

Grade: HVS 5b ***
(Millstone Edge)