UKC

22m.

Rockfax Description
The former aid line is now an appealing sport climb. Start at the left side of the pillar and follow the bolts right of the original rusting relics. Tough for the short. © Rockfax

FFA. Martin Berzins, Chris Sowden 1984.

Ticklists

Yorkshire Limestone Graded List, Chris Sowden U.K Sport Routes, Yorkshire Limestone top 50

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Ian Patterson 8 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Thought this was the best of the trio of 7b's i've done on this wall. Superb interesting climbing on good rock right up to a finish that can spit you off. Crux reach at the start is probably harder if you're short but didn't seem that bad - I'm 6' and weak and it was bit of a pop, mate is 6' and strong, he flashed it static without too much difficulty.
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βeta: Thought this was the best of the trio of 7b's i've done on this wall. Superb interesting climbing on good rock right up to a finish that can spit you off. Crux reach at the start is probably harder if you're short but didn't seem that bad - I'm 6' and weak and it was bit of a pop, mate is 6' and strong, he flashed it static without too much difficulty.
nigel baker 12 Feb, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: An intimidating route up an improbable piece of rock,a vertcal chess game!
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βeta: An intimidating route up an improbable piece of rock,a vertcal chess game!

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Route of Interest

The Last Temptation

Grade: 7b ***
(Dib Scar)
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