UKC

10m.

Rockfax Description
Climb the well-named fierce left-hand crack by finger-jamming, then layback the cluster of cracks above, usually with a quiver. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Crew 1962.

Ticklists

Stanage Routes BMC Graded List, Stanage for Crack Apprentices, Post-lockdown Peak jamming hoedown, Must do, Peak District Gritstone: Graham Hoey's Best Routes for Moving on to E2

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Jon Greengrass 6 Jul, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: ???? that just about sums up the approach to this route. I'm glad i didn't try and lead it but hey if you can get more than a few feet of the ground you'll find the rest of the route ok.
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βeta: ???? that just about sums up the approach to this route. I'm glad i didn't try and lead it but hey if you can get more than a few feet of the ground you'll find the rest of the route ok.
johncoxmysteriously 29 Apr, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: One of the easiest HVSs on the edge. What's going on?
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βeta: One of the easiest HVSs on the edge. What's going on?

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Route of Interest

Dead Banana Crack

Grade: E1 5c ***
(Stoney Middleton)
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