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20m.

Rockfax Description
Start direct then easier moves lead to the top break. Above is the stopper crux. Both the finish and start are easier than they once were when it was the most technical route at Horseshoe. © Rockfax

FA. John Godding, Mark Pretty 1986.

Ticklists

Peak limestone north graded list - sport, Horseshoe 7's

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llanberis36 1 Jul, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: did this route today-unsure of where the top moves go-we went direct just right of clip using crimps and right layway. Grade ??
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βeta: did this route today-unsure of where the top moves go-we went direct just right of clip using crimps and right layway. Grade ??
Rob Jarvis 12 Oct, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: And the top section just got harder - pancake sized flake / block came off at the start of the upper crux section - and me with it! At least 7b now I would have thought....
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βeta: And the top section just got harder - pancake sized flake / block came off at the start of the upper crux section - and me with it! At least 7b now I would have thought....

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Style of Ascent
Lead
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Route of Interest

Open Gate

Grade: 7a+ ***
(Chee Dale Upper)