A tremendous line and climb. Start at the appealing full height groove behind the massive yew tree. Climb the very sustained groove in its entirety. © Rockfax
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The obvious full-height groove in the centre of the Right Hand buttress, which some consider tough for 4b. The crack will swallow as much gear as you care to place.
There's a tree with abseil tat at the top, but it's often quicker to abseil off the larger tree to the left (assuming nobody is on Cadillac) or can you walk off (with care, belay recommended).
F Cannings, P R Littlejohn, G Morgan 14/Feb/1970.
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