UKC

Rockfax Description
From the left end of the dry land, climb the groove to a stopper move at the bulge. Lowering and cleaning the pitch is tricky. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The grove line above the water leads to a stopper move at the bulge. Was a mixture of pegs and bolts, now fully bolted with 6 bolts, bolt belay and a hanging belay above the water. Can be started from the bank by a short traverse with careful rope work at no change of grade (Watery Tart).

FA. Seb Grieve, Geraldine Taylor 1988 Watery Tart Chris Plant 2017.

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Peak limestone north graded list - sport , Peak Lime new and re-equipped routes

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psmitton 12 Jun, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: much easier to slap from flake to jug
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βeta: much easier to slap from flake to jug
JamieSparkes 4 Jun, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Something has come off this i suspect, as it\'s certainly harder than 7a now. Call it 7b.
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βeta: Something has come off this i suspect, as it's certainly harder than 7a now. Call it 7b.

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Grade: 7b ***
(Winnats Pass)

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