UKC

10m.

Rockfax Description
The narrow rift in the main angle is a well-protected struggle and the leftward exit is a pig; the best advice is to try staying high. Often green early in the season or after rain, in which case it is worthy of a manky HS 4c. © Rockfax

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Enigmatic Affection: The Dark Art of Chimneying

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cheque 3 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: The correct name is “Lucus Chimney”. Lucus is a Latin word meaning a sacred grove of trees- it’s been misspelt as Lucas in guidebooks since the 70s!
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βeta: The correct name is “Lucus Chimney”. Lucus is a Latin word meaning a sacred grove of trees- it’s been misspelt as Lucas in guidebooks since the 70s!
hoseyb 20 Feb, 2002 Show βeta
βeta: Ahh, well, Its my favourite chimney see. Definitely a severe, bags of gear in small cracks all the way up. BUT its very condition dependant. Can you justify HS for the 50% of the time the top exit is slimed up?
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βeta: Ahh, well, Its my favourite chimney see. Definitely a severe, bags of gear in small cracks all the way up. BUT its very condition dependant. Can you justify HS for the 50% of the time the top exit is slimed up?

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