UKC

22m.

Rockfax Description
This popular sport route features a fine technical upper corner/groove, and a tricky and slightly polished start. © Rockfax

FA. Dave Cronshaw, Dave Knighton 1979. One of the early modern routes and now the most popular mid-grade line at the crag..

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Toby Dunn 26 Jul, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: a very good route which is enhanced by the tree at half height.
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βeta: a very good route which is enhanced by the tree at half height.
Andy Farnell 26 Jul, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: A very good route which is only spoilted by the tree at half height. Apart from that the climbing is excellent, with good positions and some interesting moves in the groove at the top.
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βeta: A very good route which is only spoilted by the tree at half height. Apart from that the climbing is excellent, with good positions and some interesting moves in the groove at the top.

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Nectarine

Grade: 6c+ ***
(St. Bees Head)
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