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16m.

Rockfax Description
A thin crack gains a committing traverse to finish steeply up the right-hand side of the arete. A dry-mouthed VS for many years! © Rockfax

FA. Peter Biven 1955.

Ticklists

ROCKFAX Eastern Grit (2006): Top 500, Stanage Routes BMC Graded List, Pete's 150 Peak Extremes, Top 20 ticked Stanage starred E1s, Stanage Popular

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Andy Reeve 17 Aug, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Didn't think the crux was the left arete! Start much harder then once on the traverse your away
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βeta: Didn't think the crux was the left arete! Start much harder then once on the traverse your away
The Grist 6 May, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: The traverse is unprotected but easy (4c max). The crux comes on the left arete. Fully protected to catch a fall.
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βeta: The traverse is unprotected but easy (4c max). The crux comes on the left arete. Fully protected to catch a fall.

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Route of Interest

Flying Buttress Direct

Grade: E1 5b ***
(Stanage Popular)