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Rockfax Description
Climb the crack past the overhang to a niche, where things start to ease. A bit of a one-move wonder. © Rockfax

FA. Johnny Woodward, Andrew Woodward 1976.

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John H Bull 3 Aug, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: You can climb direct past the rockfall scar, but it's very dirty at present.
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βeta: You can climb direct past the rockfall scar, but it's very dirty at present.
Andrew Barker 8 Jul, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Good route, led it before the rockfall so I don't have any info on that. The crux is really good.
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βeta: Good route, led it before the rockfall so I don't have any info on that. The crux is really good.
ArnaudG 13 Jun, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Big rockfall from the top flake on 10.6.6. Some loose rock remaining. Someone climbed the route post rockfall hand traversing R (?) before the last few moves with no change in the grade.
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βeta: Big rockfall from the top flake on 10.6.6. Some loose rock remaining. Someone climbed the route post rockfall hand traversing R (?) before the last few moves with no change in the grade.
Ropeboy 3 Jun, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: A pleasant enough one move wonder, soft for the grade
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βeta: A pleasant enough one move wonder, soft for the grade

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Midshipman / Plain Sailing

Grade: E2 6a ***
(Birchen Edge)