UKC

10m.

Rockfax Description
Start at a blunt rib just left of Kelly's Crack and trend left to climb the slab. Good moves between cams in the breaks. © Rockfax

FA. Terry Bolger 1979.

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ROCKFAX Eastern Grit (2006): Top 500

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Thestboss 6 Sep, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: Micro cams very useful for the crux move off the ledge. Without these the run out would be massive.
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βeta: Micro cams very useful for the crux move off the ledge. Without these the run out would be massive.
Nomisr 22 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Missing flake prob adds about 6\" to crux move, good stretch esp for the more diminutive ! 4c i reckon
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βeta: Missing flake prob adds about 6" to crux move, good stretch esp for the more diminutive ! 4c i reckon
MITCHELL SQUIRES 23 Jun, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Rock plate broken off
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βeta: Rock plate broken off
pedrosanpb 1 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Described loose flake missing, broken off and in bits at the base of the climb. Makes it harder as there is a bigger reach from the ledge.
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βeta: Described loose flake missing, broken off and in bits at the base of the climb. Makes it harder as there is a bigger reach from the ledge.
Andrew Lodge 24 Apr, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: The flake has gone, it's in bits at the bottom of the crag. I suspect this makes it a bit harder.
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βeta: The flake has gone, it's in bits at the bottom of the crag. I suspect this makes it a bit harder.
kjules 20 Oct, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Quite a nice climb, grade seemed about right, not too hard but not a lot of gear.
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βeta: Quite a nice climb, grade seemed about right, not too hard but not a lot of gear.
RobRock 7 Mar, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Well that's what I did - got a 0 cam and a peanut in about head height whilst standing on the flake - there is protection opportunity at the last brake before the top, but doesn't seem worth it.
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βeta: Well that's what I did - got a 0 cam and a peanut in about head height whilst standing on the flake - there is protection opportunity at the last brake before the top, but doesn't seem worth it.
jackie 19 Jul, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: No you didn't go off route, that's definitely a 4b and you can get a cam in the break.
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βeta: No you didn't go off route, that's definitely a 4b and you can get a cam in the break.
Simon Caldwell 28 Jul, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: Did I go off route? Straight up from the left end of the flake - sustained 4c with no protection after the flake?
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βeta: Did I go off route? Straight up from the left end of the flake - sustained 4c with no protection after the flake?

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Chee Tor Girdle

Grade: VS 5a ***
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