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14m.

Rockfax Description
The deep groove has an awkward bulge early on and more tricky moves to leave the half-height niche. Not a bad effort for a century ago. An exposed exit up the arete to the right is a worthwhile variation. © Rockfax

FA. J.W.Puttrell et al c.1900.

Ticklists

Steve Ashton's 100 Classic Gritstone Climbs, Puttrell's Progress, Peak Rock/1/ The 1st Peak District Tigers., Wharncliffe Crags

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9fingerjon 28 Nov, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Watch out for loose block on the left wall low down on the route - looks like in the past a lot of people used it to step round the bulge to the first ledge.
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βeta: Watch out for loose block on the left wall low down on the route - looks like in the past a lot of people used it to step round the bulge to the first ledge.
mark75 8 Oct, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: There is a much better (exposed) finish up the final part of Gavel Neese - traverse out from the 2nd ledge.
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βeta: There is a much better (exposed) finish up the final part of Gavel Neese - traverse out from the 2nd ledge.
Iggy_B 18 May, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Pretty bogstandard for a VD crack, insert oneself and squirm.
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βeta: Pretty bogstandard for a VD crack, insert oneself and squirm.
victim of mathematics 11 Apr, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Excellent route with an abundance of great gear, but getting past the first bulge is pretty damn hard for a VDiff.
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βeta: Excellent route with an abundance of great gear, but getting past the first bulge is pretty damn hard for a VDiff.

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