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40m.

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A similar but harder version of Pan breaking out right from it. There was originally an independent start but this isn't very good and the rock is not the best. From twin blobs on Pan, move back right to gain a thin crackline and climb this aiming for a peg. Make some hard technical moves to the tat, then exit slightly left to the top. © Rockfax

FA. A.Sharp, J.Harwood 03/Sep/1986.

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The Best of Pembroke, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet), Pemroke, 3 Star Routes, E1-E5

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Ramon Marin 28 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Having been down there a few times, I’ll give twopence of knowledge. Basically it is the same route with 3 differerent finishes: left is Pan, direct is 1984 and right is Class of 86. Same hanging belay for all of them. For Pan head for the prominent knob/v-notch at the very top. For Class head to the peg. For 1984 carry on straight.
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βeta: Having been down there a few times, I’ll give twopence of knowledge. Basically it is the same route with 3 differerent finishes: left is Pan, direct is 1984 and right is Class of 86. Same hanging belay for all of them. For Pan head for the prominent knob/v-notch at the very top. For Class head to the peg. For 1984 carry on straight.

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