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4 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A great climb that features superb wall climbing in its upper reaches and a tough (but well-protected) first pitch. Start at the base of a wall between two trees.
1) 4a, 12m. Starting on the right move leftwards across the wall and around a rib to below a widening crack. Make a difficult move to enter the crack and follow it more easily to a ledge.
2) 20m. Follow the rib above to a good ledge. Move up the short wall and traverse left for 10m to a ledge and belay at a pinnacle.
3) 14m. Move right and up to flakes at 3m. Climb the wall above rightwards on positive holds to a belay at a well scratched crack.
4) 25m. Climb a small corner and wall to an overlap before stepping left and up onto the wall above. Finish slightly left up the wall and cracks in a fine position. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Great route but take care as easy to go off route on pitch 4.

Ticklists

Connoisseur's Classic Rock, MUMC Ticklist, Lakeland's Best Multi-pitch Routes up to HVS, Langdale 3* Severes, EUMC - Must do climbs, ROCKFAX Lake District: Top 50, James and Leah's Multipitch madness (nice climbs)

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jonzza 1 Jul, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: IMHO this climb is better if you slightly extend the first ptich to end just before the traverse.
 
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βeta: IMHO this climb is better if you slightly extend the first ptich to end just before the traverse.
joepowellll 13 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: loose rock when traversing along ledge
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βeta: loose rock when traversing along ledge

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Grade: S 4a ***
(Wallowbarrow Crag)