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Rockfax Description
A very popular, well-travelled crack-line that has good protection. Start at the base of the widest crack in the slab.
Climb the crack in its entirety and then move left to a double bolt lower-off. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Nice easy introduction to the slab, far right crack, with plenty of bomber protection.
Good warm up, especially for the calves!

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Samuele Mattiuzzo 6 Sep Show βeta
βeta: Excellent fun route, first climb back still with an injured shoulder. 0 pain, so suggested for anyone who's upper-body injured but still want to enjoy some real rock!
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βeta: Excellent fun route, first climb back still with an injured shoulder. 0 pain, so suggested for anyone who's upper-body injured but still want to enjoy some real rock!
MarkBeirne 26 Apr Show βeta
βeta: The belay at the top has some burnt wood that has fallen down to/near the rope the mallion are attached too. Check everything is ok before using it as seems strange for charred wood to get up there on its own
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βeta: The belay at the top has some burnt wood that has fallen down to/near the rope the mallion are attached too. Check everything is ok before using it as seems strange for charred wood to get up there on its own
supermembrane 19 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Lovely warm up route. Well protected with wide crack for hands and feet
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βeta: Lovely warm up route. Well protected with wide crack for hands and feet

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