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On the block below Fluide. SS. LH on the jug on the arête. RH undercut. Slap up the arête following it until its apex. Mantel and top out.
FA Daniel Turner

Daniel Turner 22/Dec/2015.

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Quality 7s + 8s in Yorkshire

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Guy Chater 6 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Has anyone ever done the Left hand variation? Sit start matching on the bottom left hand jug on the arete, moving to 2 crimps on the slab then finishing as Losing my edge does up the arete. Misses out all the hard moves on losing my edge but I think it's a worthwhile problem at about 6c+/7a. Would be interested to see what others think of the grade?
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βeta: Has anyone ever done the Left hand variation? Sit start matching on the bottom left hand jug on the arete, moving to 2 crimps on the slab then finishing as Losing my edge does up the arete. Misses out all the hard moves on losing my edge but I think it's a worthwhile problem at about 6c+/7a. Would be interested to see what others think of the grade?

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Route of Interest

Pruneaux a l’Armagnac

Grade: f7C ***
(Yeadon Crag)