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16m.

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16m. The steep wall used to have some pebbles on its left-hand side. These have gone but you can still climb the slab on its right at about the same grade. The flake crack above gives sanctuary. Short-lived but both absorbing and gripping. © Rockfax

FA. Jonny Woodward 1980.

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robert mirfin 16 Feb, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: A great route and, almost a high ball boulder problem start if you are good at rolling down hills ?!~
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βeta: A great route and, almost a high ball boulder problem start if you are good at rolling down hills ?!~
JTL 18 Sep, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: this is an absolute quality route far better than anything in the east such as pebble mill,the route originally came in from the right arete or it can still be started direct up the seam,a few pebbles seemed to have come off,but they dont seem to be of significance, i have done it recently and just as good and absorbing as when i first did it in 1989
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βeta: this is an absolute quality route far better than anything in the east such as pebble mill,the route originally came in from the right arete or it can still be started direct up the seam,a few pebbles seemed to have come off,but they dont seem to be of significance, i have done it recently and just as good and absorbing as when i first did it in 1989

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