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50m, 2 pitches. Very exciting slab climbing that could give HVS leaders nightmares and cold sweats, starting on a comfy "spectators ridge" on the frontal slab. P1 4c - Excellent teetering above the void with reasonable climbing and instant exposure leads to the easier rib and belay in the break. P2 5a - Place all your cams in the sharp flake and use it to pull on to the slab. Smear and balance up this - crux, serious fall potential - to a good hold and much easier climbing up and onto the next slab to finish.

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Best slab climbs of the UK, Scottish 3 and 4 star multi-pitch routes, Highland Outcrops South ***

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Hannah Moulton 30 May Show βeta
βeta: Incredible route. Ground fall potential on crux. E1?
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βeta: Incredible route. Ground fall potential on crux. E1?
Rhys Deane 28 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Great route gets the grade for being bold!
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βeta: Great route gets the grade for being bold!
SOUTHERN GRAY 11 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: I lead both pitches :)
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βeta: I lead both pitches :)

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Grade: HVS 5b ***
(Cairn Conmheall)
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