UKC

43m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The easiest line hereabouts and a logical continuation to Tennis Shoe which finishes 50m to the left. Start from the large ledges at the top of the Slab routes.
1) 4a, 12m. Traverse up and right into the deep gully. Three mini-mantels up the gully lead to a stance where it widens.
2) 4a, 28m. Traverse left along sloping ledges towards a jutting nose of rock. Climb past a V-groove to reach the faint groove to its left, just right of the nose. Follow this to the ledge. © Rockfax

Ticklists

Classic Rock, A grand easy welsh day out, North Wales Rock Graded List, Snowdonia - long routes and classic climbs, The Ogwen 1000, Snowdonia in Chains, The Original 'Classic Rock' List, George's Ultimate Easy to Mid-Grade North Wales Trad Ticklist, Mountain Rock, Snowdonia and The Lakes Classic Rock Summer Challenge

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Paul Sagar 16 Jul Show βeta
βeta: Two loose flakes on second pitch. Luckily they wobble before you fully commit to them so shouldn’t cause too much bother.
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βeta: Two loose flakes on second pitch. Luckily they wobble before you fully commit to them so shouldn’t cause too much bother.
Tom Redwood 26 Apr Show βeta
βeta: Loose flake still there
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βeta: Loose flake still there
maya_shah 21 Sep, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Contains a loose flake and a loose block, on pitch 2, top of the block is chalked and polished like an obvious hold but has now come loose.
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βeta: Contains a loose flake and a loose block, on pitch 2, top of the block is chalked and polished like an obvious hold but has now come loose.
maya_shah 21 Sep, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Contains a loose flake and a loose block, top of the block is chalked and polished like an obvious hold but has now come loose.
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βeta: Contains a loose flake and a loose block, top of the block is chalked and polished like an obvious hold but has now come loose.
stratandrew 30 Aug, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Broken hold flake at end of traverse just as you start to climb up parallel to Piton route
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βeta: Broken hold flake at end of traverse just as you start to climb up parallel to Piton route
iainJ 17 Sep, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: A couple of football sized loose blocks on the traverse - care should be taken as the one at the end of the traverse will fall v. easily.
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βeta: A couple of football sized loose blocks on the traverse - care should be taken as the one at the end of the traverse will fall v. easily.
Dalz 29 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Loose flake just after the traverse
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βeta: Loose flake just after the traverse
odari 21 Jun, 2015 Show βeta
βeta: The first pitch has a good variation: instead of proceeding right into the gully go straight up following a short crack, exiting at the beginning of the traverse left to the belay. Only slighlty harder.
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βeta: The first pitch has a good variation: instead of proceeding right into the gully go straight up following a short crack, exiting at the beginning of the traverse left to the belay. Only slighlty harder.

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Poor Man's Peuterey

Grade: S 4a ***
(Craig Pant Ifan (Tremadog))
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