UKC

55m.

Rockfax Description
A long and intricate line that is protected by eleven spaced bolts. Start at a small iron spike in the rock 1m above the ground. Make thin stretches past the first bolt and then more easily to the third bolt. Now loop out left to the next bolt avoiding a precarious looking flake. Follow the bolts up the wall and corner via some exhilarating climbing to finish up the slabby final wall. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Bolts have been replaced in 2009

Ticklists

James' Summer Ticklist

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It’s all about the journey 17 Sep, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: An exceptional route, but despite the new Slate and sport guide giving it 6c+ this is not a sport route!. Feels E5, 6a. Ground fall potential on lower wall, large run outs. Beware there is a large flake which you need to rock into at the start of the steep middle section that moves a cm!. Covered in pine needles so worth Abseil in, drop extended draws in and give it a clean.
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βeta: An exceptional route, but despite the new Slate and sport guide giving it 6c+ this is not a sport route!. Feels E5, 6a. Ground fall potential on lower wall, large run outs. Beware there is a large flake which you need to rock into at the start of the steep middle section that moves a cm!. Covered in pine needles so worth Abseil in, drop extended draws in and give it a clean.

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Nagasaki Grooves

Grade: E4 6b ***
(Great End Crag)
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