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20m. Start on the right hand side of the face at a slimy corner below a roof. A fine climb with plenty of atmosphere. Climb the corner past a projecting block to a cave, then cross the vertical left wall to a small stance on the front of the buttress. Climb the flake crack and then the steep groove above, to the top. The slimy corner at the start can be avoided by scrambling up to the cave and traversing left across the wall.

Tony & Robin Barley Jul/1963.

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Pagan 21 Apr, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: I excavated the first pitch in 2018, it's still reasonably clean and climbable even if damp. The route is brilliant and deserves much more traffic, go and get it done!
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βeta: I excavated the first pitch in 2018, it's still reasonably clean and climbable even if damp. The route is brilliant and deserves much more traffic, go and get it done!

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Mellow Yellow

Grade: HVS 5b ***
(Attermire Scar)

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