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10m.

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10m. The steep left-hand side of the arete and a small bulge to the upper arete. © Rockfax

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Steve Ashton's 100 Classic Gritstone Climbs

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Graeme Hammond 8 Jun, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: High Buttress Arête Direct description on here is the LHS of the arête but the line shown and described but called High Buttress Arête Direct in the Steve Ashton guidebook is actually called Nose Direct in all modern guidebook. The non-line described as the LHS of the arête doesn't actually appear in any modern guide as is just a eliminate that should never have been recorded.
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βeta: High Buttress Arête Direct description on here is the LHS of the arête but the line shown and described but called High Buttress Arête Direct in the Steve Ashton guidebook is actually called Nose Direct in all modern guidebook. The non-line described as the LHS of the arête doesn't actually appear in any modern guide as is just a eliminate that should never have been recorded.
link 31 Oct, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: yep ive finished over the overhang, dont think its too hard though as there are easy holds to pull up on on the top.
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βeta: yep ive finished over the overhang, dont think its too hard though as there are easy holds to pull up on on the top.
Frank the Husky 18 Aug, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: as with everything else on windgather, it's certainly been done, but never recorded!
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βeta: as with everything else on windgather, it's certainly been done, but never recorded!

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