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20m. A cracking little climb with a "Rubbish" name that is an injustice to its character. Good gear and solid rock throughout.
Start behind the gnarled sycamore tree on a low foot flake and thread jug for a hand. Climb the amazingly pocketed rock, tending right then left to reach the small block with a good vertical nut size crack on its RH side. Pull straight up using the good incut breaks passing the original? 1971 insitu tape thread still guiding the way out to the right, to gain the base of the final slab, good thread. Finally scamper up the final slab to the insitu belay/lower off consisting of 2 threads and a rope sling round the tree with rings. Possible to top out to the fence but easy to lower off if preferred.

Steve Woollard, Laurence Elton. 1971.


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Grade: HS 4a ***
(The Dewerstone)