An aquatic amble across the series of sloping ledges. It is great as a winter route (see page 179) and okay as a rock climb in the dry but way too exciting if there has been much rain. Start on the right and climb up the groove or the ledges just to its left. Then follow the ramps up and left, passing the main flow, to a choice of finishing grooves. If already well-soaked, it is probably worth exiting easily rightwards. © Rockfax
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