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Rockfax Description
Climb direct to a good break below the final wall. Climb the wall with difficulty, right of the bolts and reach left to clip the lower-off. © Rockfax

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4 - 5 Grade Climbs at The Cuttings, Portland

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omniscient_penguin 27 Jul, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Re-did this one and the last moves are awkward. There's two reasonable grips around the penultimate bolt to let you build the feet, but once above that I used a full on pinch grip with the right just under the vague undercut. Shifted my weight across to get the only positive left hand grip up near the lower off and from there you can latch the top ledge if you've moved the feet up high enough. Not one to wander into blindly though.
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βeta: Re-did this one and the last moves are awkward. There's two reasonable grips around the penultimate bolt to let you build the feet, but once above that I used a full on pinch grip with the right just under the vague undercut. Shifted my weight across to get the only positive left hand grip up near the lower off and from there you can latch the top ledge if you've moved the feet up high enough. Not one to wander into blindly though.
omniscient_penguin 11 Jun, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Easy all the way up and then a really tough last move that didn't seem all that obvious. It shares the lower off with the 3+ next door so I lead that and then top roped this one to figure the end out.
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βeta: Easy all the way up and then a really tough last move that didn't seem all that obvious. It shares the lower off with the 3+ next door so I lead that and then top roped this one to figure the end out.
tchnorton 30 Jan, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: 5+ is top of my grade but I couldn't work out how to do the top sting section even dogging it on a top rope...
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βeta: 5+ is top of my grade but I couldn't work out how to do the top sting section even dogging it on a top rope...
TRNovice 14 Nov, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Lots of places where it's quite evident that there used to be holds that have either worn smooth or split off. Polished and now undergraded. Probably not worth the bother. Better to head to the right to cleaner climbs and reasonable holds IMO.
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βeta: Lots of places where it's quite evident that there used to be holds that have either worn smooth or split off. Polished and now undergraded. Probably not worth the bother. Better to head to the right to cleaner climbs and reasonable holds IMO.
Richard Horn 27 Aug, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: The final move is quite technical but would seem ok for F5 at a climbing wall - just requires a bit of technique as opposed to grunt.
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βeta: The final move is quite technical but would seem ok for F5 at a climbing wall - just requires a bit of technique as opposed to grunt.

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