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8m. As you approach the Kettles and Pans areas from the track from Peninnis Farm (rather than the coast path from Porthcressa), one of the first distinctive boulders on the northern edge of the Kettles and Pans looks a bit like a Rhinoceros, ready to charge you.
Pull on, from a standing start, to the left arete of the northwest corner of the boulder. Traverse leftwards using edges and a few slopers midway (crux), before pulling around the creature's snout on to a small slab/scoop. Finish easily up this.

FA Matt George 14/Sep/2018

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Chimnastics 14 Sep, 2018 Sent x First ascent. The grade could be anything from font 5 to 5+. I don't think it's 6a. Nice little problem, however the feature is probably cooler than the climbing.
First ascent. The grade could be anything from font 5 to 5+. I don't think it's 6a. Nice little problem, however the feature is probably cooler than the climbing.
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