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33m.

Rockfax Description
The thin right-hand crack above the ledge gives painful, finger-shredding climbing. It is in a very impressive situation but prepare yourself for a real battle; the climbing is not to everyone's liking. Climb easily up the rib as for Diagnosis, to a ledge. Move up into the crack and climb it all the way to the top. © Rockfax

FA. P.Littlejohn, B.Wintringham, J.Perrin, M.Wintringham 06/Apr/1980.

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101Pembroke Extremes

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Kevin Avery 17 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: ignore the above description.this is a 3* pitch and i don't recall any of it being finger shredding.good sustained climbing, good gear and a superb position.what more do you want?
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βeta: ignore the above description.this is a 3* pitch and i don't recall any of it being finger shredding.good sustained climbing, good gear and a superb position.what more do you want?

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Grade: E5 6b ***
(St. Govan's Head)