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Rockfax Description
One of the finest grit experiences. A tricky start gains a flake in the arete. This leads to a break, which needs packing with cams, before the tasty finishing moves. Well worth attempting as a true ground-up, on-sight since commitment on the final moves will be rewarded with either success or flight-time. © Rockfax

FA. John Allen 1976.

Ticklists

ROCKFAX Eastern Grit: Top 50, ROCKFAX Eastern Grit (2006): Top 500, Good E4s, Froggatt to Black Rocks (BMC) - The Grade List, The Peak: Past and Present, World Graded List, Peak Rock/12/The New Golden Age, 50 of the Best, Ultimate E4 ticklist, James' Winter Grit ticklist, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet), Rockfax Eastern Grit (2015) Top 50, The Froggatt to Black Rocks 3 Star Pilgrimage, Definitive *** Peak Grit, Rockfax Peak Gritstone East (2001) Top 50, Extreme 2018, Classic Lobs, Definitive Eastern Grit top 50- 2001, 2006 and 2015 editions, John Allen (gritstone) megamix, Peak District Grit Graded List, Peak District Grit (2020) *** List

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Fiend 13 Mar, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Does what it says on the tin. Excellent line, excellent climbing, very committing. Lower crux is pretty easy....top crux is not that hard but feels highly unnerving at first. Took me a very, very long time to get used to the situation. Don't know about the wrong hand business, the hand I got in was the only one I could and it worked fine!
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βeta: Does what it says on the tin. Excellent line, excellent climbing, very committing. Lower crux is pretty easy....top crux is not that hard but feels highly unnerving at first. Took me a very, very long time to get used to the situation. Don't know about the wrong hand business, the hand I got in was the only one I could and it worked fine!
Ropeboy 18 Nov, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: The low crux is definately the harder of the two cruxes. The top crux is not too hard just feels very commiting but the gear is good and by your feet.
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βeta: The low crux is definately the harder of the two cruxes. The top crux is not too hard just feels very commiting but the gear is good and by your feet.
UKB Shark 28 Sep, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: If you get the sequence wrong its not too bad to swap hands in the pocket as long as you don't panic.
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βeta: If you get the sequence wrong its not too bad to swap hands in the pocket as long as you don't panic.
Nige M 27 Oct, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: Easy to get in a twist if you get the hand sequence wrong on the runout - see photo in 1985 Derwent Grit guide for example.
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βeta: Easy to get in a twist if you get the hand sequence wrong on the runout - see photo in 1985 Derwent Grit guide for example.

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Style of Ascent
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Followed
Toproped
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Route of Interest

Our Father

Grade: E4 6b ***
(Stoney Middleton)