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Rockfax Description
Climb the left-facing flakes to a well protected finish. © Rockfax

FA. Dick Brown 1951.

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ROCKFAX Eastern Grit (2006): Top 500

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Fiend 4 Mar, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: A jolly fine little number - 2 star climbing and line, but a bit short. Pretty neat face climbing at the grade.
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βeta: A jolly fine little number - 2 star climbing and line, but a bit short. Pretty neat face climbing at the grade.
CurlyStevo 26 Sep, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: I couldn't find any gear that would stop you decking for the crux lower middle section up the flakes (after the gear in the initial crack) There were some poor cams in horizontal cracks which pulled out when tested! I climbed back down and did something with gear! Felt like VS 4b to me!
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βeta: I couldn't find any gear that would stop you decking for the crux lower middle section up the flakes (after the gear in the initial crack) There were some poor cams in horizontal cracks which pulled out when tested! I climbed back down and did something with gear! Felt like VS 4b to me!
Mutl3y 24 Apr, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Felt pretty exposed in the middle section and I managed to fall off the nightmare topout. Not what one normally expects of an HS...
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βeta: Felt pretty exposed in the middle section and I managed to fall off the nightmare topout. Not what one normally expects of an HS...

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Robin Hood's Right-hand Buttress Direct

Grade: HS 4a ***
(Stanage Popular)