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50m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
Technical and pumpy climbing blasting up the white face just right of Oceanid pitch 2. An airily-positioned top pitch that is high in the grade.
1) 5a, 20m. As for Oceanid.
2) 6b, 30m. Climb diagonally left then back right, above an overhang, to a small ledge (peg). Swing left and pass a niche to ascend twin cracks above. A hard move on the left gains a good horizontal break. Continue up the technical, leaning headwall (2 pegs) to the top. © Rockfax

FA. Martin Crocker, D.Light 26/Sep/1983.

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matt perks 26 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: I've been dragged up it. It is certainly hard and pumpy. The gear is great though, so if you are up to this kind of grade it is a good one to throw yourself at.
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βeta: I've been dragged up it. It is certainly hard and pumpy. The gear is great though, so if you are up to this kind of grade it is a good one to throw yourself at.

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