The test piece of the left-hand side of the crag has a deceptively hard start and fingery crux. Make steep moves to a peg in the thin horizontal breaks. A micro wire above is strenuous to place before thin moves left on pockets allow good holds and a rest to be reached, A slight groove on the left leads more straightforwardly to the top. © Rockfax
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Grade: E5 6a ***
(Far Hill Crag)
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