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30m. Found in Eldon Hole. 'One of the most esoteric climbs in the Peak District' (BMC Peak District North) provides something exceptional. Abseil part way down this bottomless pit to a very mossy, slopping ledge where there was previously a three bolt belay. It used to be protected by bolts that have now been removed.

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βeta: First ascent by Malc Taylor on the 4th July 1989. We made the second ascent on the 5th. The bolts and pegs that protected it were removed a short time later, presumably by cavers.
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βeta: First ascent by Malc Taylor on the 4th July 1989. We made the second ascent on the 5th. The bolts and pegs that protected it were removed a short time later, presumably by cavers.

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Grade: E5 6b ***
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