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64m, 3 pitches. P1 has no technical grade but is very bold.
P2 needs a few ascents a year to keep the key holds clean... The hard section takes some micros and a tiny friend, reduces the reliance on the old peg.
P2 and P3 can be run into one enjoyable longer pitch.

P Littlejohn, B Housley 25/Jul/1967.

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Kafoozalem 9 Jul, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Not recommended for imaginative individuals or the inexperienced. The run-outs are long, the rock is mostly not above suspicion and the top blocks (which you have to fully weight) have no visible means of support. The moves are standard HVS but the consequences of a fall or rock failure would be serious. That said, the positions are great and there are some nice moves.
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βeta: Not recommended for imaginative individuals or the inexperienced. The run-outs are long, the rock is mostly not above suspicion and the top blocks (which you have to fully weight) have no visible means of support. The moves are standard HVS but the consequences of a fall or rock failure would be serious. That said, the positions are great and there are some nice moves.

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Gates of Eden

Grade: HVS 5a ***
(Daddyhole Main Cliff)