A direct line that sees limited traffic, but gives continuously good climbing. Start at a ground level zig-zag crack.1) 5b, 18m. Climb the zig-zag crack, and move up onto a ledge on the right below a thin left-slanting crack. Climb the crack to a break and continue up the slim groove above to a good ledge and belay below the corner of Scar.2) 5c, 22m. Make a rising traverse leftwards to reach a short corner on the right side of a block overhang. Move up the corner to gain a ledge above the block overhang. Climb up the short wall to the rightward leading break above and follow this strenuously right to a good incut jug. Pull up to another good hold and less steep ground. Finish up the broken corner above. © Rockfax
West Country Climbs
The Devonman Cometh - Living in Exeter Top200.
Devon and surrounding counties 50 E2 and some E3 and a few E4 and an E5
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Grade: E3 6a ***
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