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9m. First route from left, at the left hand end of the crag, offers interesting climbing and despite its diminutive length is well worth tying-in for. From a little ways up the grassy bank, step onto the rock at prominent foot holds, approximately 60cm below the level of the first bolt, and immediately find yourself very involved in taming the change of angle. After establishing on the slab, climb to a steeper finish with use of face holds, cracks, and left arete. Pre-clipping the first bolt (or two) is strongly recommended due to the precarious nature of establishing on the route.

Note: The line now also has a lower, harder, true start called Hunners An’ Thoozins which bumps the grade up.

John Sharples 23/Apr/2023.

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Route of Interest
Normandy

Grade: 6c ***
(The Bunker)

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