As of 2014 this is no longer climbable due to the cave getting filled with large blocks during storms.

A steep and hard offering which climbs explosively out a steep cave found at the back of the main sector sandwiched between two of the large boulders.
From a sit start on two neighbouring sidepull crimps, a powerful and burly first move leads into some pleasant steep climbing. Starting two moves in is also good and weighs in around (6C+).

Tom Newberry.


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The Day That Never Comes

Grade: f7B+ ***
(Upton Slabs)
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