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The right-hand tufa is hard to reach and pumpy thereafter. It has become popular to finish on the left, before the upper tufa. This is easier but still worth 7c+. © Rockfax

FA. Mark Leach 1985.

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Classic UK F7s, Yorkshire Limestone Graded List

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Tim Broughtonshaw 3 Sep, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Brilliant as aforementioned. Feels quite akin to a harder and slightly better serious young toads. quite sustained no real obvious rests.
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βeta: Brilliant as aforementioned. Feels quite akin to a harder and slightly better serious young toads. quite sustained no real obvious rests.
Ged Desforges 29 Mar, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Brilliant. Kills your skin whilst figuring out the moves, but not too bad once you know the holds. The description here says finish before the tufa, eh? Do you not mean its become popular to move left to the flake, then back right to finish up the tufa?
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βeta: Brilliant. Kills your skin whilst figuring out the moves, but not too bad once you know the holds. The description here says finish before the tufa, eh? Do you not mean its become popular to move left to the flake, then back right to finish up the tufa?
Andy Farnell 13 Jun, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Brilliant rock, brilliant moves, brillant route.
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βeta: Brilliant rock, brilliant moves, brillant route.

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Grade: 7c+ ***
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