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35m, 2 pitches. Supposedly an outing of acquired taste.
20m. Climb the centre of the smooth slab
15m. Climb a crack in left wall of the notch between the Tooth and the Main Head. Easier if chimneyed.
Descending can prove difficult.

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Sub Extreme South West Sea Stacks

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
laurence orchard 2 Jun, 2019 AltLd Nice little route with an uncomfortable finish! Start up the blank slab to the gap between the 'tooth/tusk' and the 'head' for the first belay. You can climb on from here up the crack on the 'head' wall but you commit to a crawl/scrape around a corner in the big horizontal break to reach the next belay.
Nice little route with an uncomfortable finish! Start up the blank slab to the gap between the 'tooth/tusk' and the 'head' for the first belay. You can climb on from here up the crack on the 'head' wall but you commit to a crawl/scrape around a corner in the big horizontal break to reach the next belay.
lrandall 3 Sep, 2009 Solo O/S
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