UKC

20m.

Rockfax Description
The off-width crack at the right-hand side of the wall leads to a small overhang - big cams and big hams help. The wall above the overhang is much easier and the exit is loose. © Rockfax

FAA. Peter Biven, Trevor Peck 1956. FFA. Jim Campbell 1967.

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Burbage, Millstone and Beyond Routes Graded List, Millstone HVS's, WideBoyz Crack School, Millstone * HVS In a day, 'The Quarrymen' Big Wall Training Route - Yosemite 5.9 ***, Peak District Gritstone: Graham Hoey's Best Routes for Moving on to E1

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JCampbell92 20 Oct, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Got up the off width, fell on the next section and bailed as the rain came in.
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βeta: Got up the off width, fell on the next section and bailed as the rain came in.
choose colour 21 Apr, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Great almost "offwidth" start plenty off different methods of getting up the first section and opportunities for almost every type of jam, very pumpy all the way up untill the last slabby section, Desperate and loose(gravely) top out.
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βeta: Great almost "offwidth" start plenty off different methods of getting up the first section and opportunities for almost every type of jam, very pumpy all the way up untill the last slabby section, Desperate and loose(gravely) top out.
goi.ashmore 18 Sep, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Exactly the same experience as Chris. Totally nasty start (Friend 4 only just big enough), shaky middle section, filthy top out. An anti-classic!
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βeta: Exactly the same experience as Chris. Totally nasty start (Friend 4 only just big enough), shaky middle section, filthy top out. An anti-classic!
sheffieldchris 30 Oct, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: huge fists and lots of thuggery needed for the start. toke 3 of us in shifts to work out the start just to get to the small hollow. then when i redpointed past to the (much easier after the overhand) section had a mare not a lot of gear and some hard necky moves and yes very loose at top, was one relieved chap at top
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βeta: huge fists and lots of thuggery needed for the start. toke 3 of us in shifts to work out the start just to get to the small hollow. then when i redpointed past to the (much easier after the overhand) section had a mare not a lot of gear and some hard necky moves and yes very loose at top, was one relieved chap at top

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Great Portland Street

Grade: HVS 5b ***
(Millstone Edge)
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