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17m.

Rockfax Description
Now considered to be better than the route name it was originally given. A difficult bulge and finishing crack supply the interest. © Rockfax

FA. Andy Long Jul/2001.

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Portland, Portland 7a/+

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DanWeiss 28 Apr, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Ignore last clip below anker. It's awkward and takes unnecessary energy. Nice fall if you don't make it to the anker. definitely deserves a star!
 
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βeta: Ignore last clip below anker. It's awkward and takes unnecessary energy. Nice fall if you don't make it to the anker. definitely deserves a star!
JIMBO 12 Nov, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: A route that actually lives up to its name and reputation. Poor, dusty and loose - it really is a sh*t route.
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βeta: A route that actually lives up to its name and reputation. Poor, dusty and loose - it really is a sh*t route.
The Jazz Butcher 18 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Perhaps not the best route on Portland, but not as bad as the name or description suggest. The rock will clean up with trafic as with all the routes on this cliff and the climbing itself is quite good. A bouldery start, followed by an easier section leads to tough, interesting and pumpy moves up the final crack.
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βeta: Perhaps not the best route on Portland, but not as bad as the name or description suggest. The rock will clean up with trafic as with all the routes on this cliff and the climbing itself is quite good. A bouldery start, followed by an easier section leads to tough, interesting and pumpy moves up the final crack.

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Route of Interest

Superfly Guy

Grade: 7a ***
(Coastguard North)