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14m.

Rockfax Description
Strange name, good route! The right side of the Elegy slab is at the limit of friction and the grade varies from E4 to E6 depending on how high you put the side runner in The Bulger.
A wire in Elegy can also be used to reduce the swing potential. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Clive Coolhead Realises the Excitement of Knowing You May be the Author of Your Own Death is More Intense Than Orgasm.

FA. Nick Dixon 1983.

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ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List

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Aly 27 Sep, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Sublimely sustained moves up the slab though with no real crux. It might be worth getting a mate to brush this on ab as doing it on the lead is a nightmare. One of the best slabs at the roaches?
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βeta: Sublimely sustained moves up the slab though with no real crux. It might be worth getting a mate to brush this on ab as doing it on the lead is a nightmare. One of the best slabs at the roaches?
mark s 20 Feb, 2002 Show βeta
βeta: the hardest moves are the first couple once on the slab,i did it in the wet and fell off 3 times before toping out.excelent route.
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βeta: the hardest moves are the first couple once on the slab,i did it in the wet and fell off 3 times before toping out.excelent route.

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Ina Sharples

Grade: E5 6b ***
(Ina’s Rock and Alton Cliff)
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