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12m.

Rockfax Description
A fine varied pitch up the south-facing side wall, with an interesting start followed by steep finger jamming to a teetering exit. Start up the slanting crack until a short traverse right leads to easy ground. Well-protected where you need it. © Rockfax

FA. Hank Pasquill 1968.

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Very good routes in the UK, ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List, Classic Wilton Workout, Ultimate E2 ticklist, Wilton wanderers

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Tommy_shaw 18 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Found the move over the first block tricky, into a bad rest. The traverse is scary, just don’t fall :)
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βeta: Found the move over the first block tricky, into a bad rest. The traverse is scary, just don’t fall :)
Iggy_B 22 Feb, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Definitely worth the 3 stars, a good contrast between the pumpy jugfest, jamming and delicate top!
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βeta: Definitely worth the 3 stars, a good contrast between the pumpy jugfest, jamming and delicate top!

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Route of Interest

Falling Crack

Grade: E2 5b ***
(Wilton 2)