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12m. The layback crack to the left of colonels arete's 1st pitch, directly underneath the large oak and mossy groove.
Good gear in the crack leads to a very mossy struggle around the tree. For the full esoteric experience, should be done in the winter to absorb as much moisture as possible and for some nervy bridging. Finish up Colonels Arete remaining pitches.

Derek Billings, Rod Pullen 30/Dec/2018.

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Lee-Jon 6 May Show βeta
βeta: This is a old, known, variation start to Colonels Arete. Probably 1950s. Both aretes left of the start are listed as 4c and 4b in the Javu guidebook.
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βeta: This is a old, known, variation start to Colonels Arete. Probably 1950s. Both aretes left of the start are listed as 4c and 4b in the Javu guidebook.

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