14m. The boldest route in the North York Moors. Traces of Dimoorthyltryptamine. Start from the grassy ledge. A ground-up ascent would surely be the pinnacle of all climbing? H8

Update - Block has come out on the crux, making it 6aish rather than 6b (Dave Warb thinks 5b). Probably circa H6/E7 now. The start walk is still tech 6c.

Franco Cookson (headpoint solo) 02/Jul/2014.


Moors Routes Of E6 And Above, The Moorland Challenge 2


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Blue Angel

Grade: E7 6c ***
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