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3 pitches. Pitches 1 & 2 (as described in guides) are easily run together, as are pitches 3 & 4. P5: A somewhat height dependent and perplexing crux (ie: easier for the tall) may lead to some easily backed-up corroded pegs below the roof - one pull away from success. (The peg before the crux appears to be in good condition as of Sept 09).

Ticklists

North Wales Rock Graded List, Caff's 100 Ace E5s, Ultimate E5 ticklist

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datoon 4 Aug Show βeta
βeta: The crux didn't feel too bad the move to the arete at the top took a bit of time, the pitch before is top end 5c...
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βeta: The crux didn't feel too bad the move to the arete at the top took a bit of time, the pitch before is top end 5c...

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A Point of Snow Return

Grade: E5 6a ***
(Bryn y Dyfrgi)
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