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35m, 2 pitches. Tends to suffer from ivy and bramble incursion, but worth keeping tidy as it gives HVS leaders another worthwhile line at the crag. The ill-frequented P2 is also worthwhile. (Tidy-up for P1 is via. an easy and safe abseil from the tree at the top. For a P2 tidy, abseil from the cave).
For those all too familiar with the start of Jollies Route, the first part of P1 can be pleasantly linked into Inkerman Groove to give a rightwards-rising line to the top.

F Cannings, P Biven 28/Dec/1965.

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Chaman 11 Jun Show βeta
βeta: Top pitch now covered in ivy again... however try variation finish up the back corner allowing it to be climbed in a super single pitch. This corner is straight up from the top of the pillar & about 2m left from original finish.
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βeta: Top pitch now covered in ivy again... however try variation finish up the back corner allowing it to be climbed in a super single pitch. This corner is straight up from the top of the pillar & about 2m left from original finish.
Chaman 31 Jul, 2022 Show βeta
βeta: Route cleaned May 2022 - pitch 2 is climbable again
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βeta: Route cleaned May 2022 - pitch 2 is climbable again

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Route of Interest
Bridge of Sighs

Grade: HVS 5a ***
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