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Rockfax Description
The massive arete is simply stunning. The fixed gear is not crucial to maintain the E7 grade. Start below the arete and climb it to a crack on the left which leads to a break. Swing left then pull up with difficulty to gain some breaks. Continue above to another break, step right along it then pull up to a large flake. Move right and climb the arete, past 2 pegs, to a break. Make more hard moves to another break, and peg. Step left and move up then back right to finish. © Rockfax

FA. G.Gibson, R.Thomas 31/Aug/1987

Ticklists

101Pembroke Extremes, The Best of Pembroke, The Gary Gibson Stranglers Playlist, 100 Worthwhile E7's

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 17 Sep, 2016 Lead
Gary Gibson 31 Aug, 2016 - First ascent. Fell off once onto first peg. No hands rest just below. Clean next go.
with Roy Thomas
First ascent. Fell off once onto first peg. No hands rest just below. Clean next go.
with Roy Thomas
pipof747 4 Aug, 2016 Lead RP amazing
amazing
Twid Turner ??, 2016 -
Hidden 30 Aug, 2015 TR
valecoastclimber 22 Aug, 2013 Lead RP abbed down chalked some holds and pre placed 2 wires to back up pegs then lead. best route in pembroke! ACE!
abbed down chalked some holds and pre placed 2 wires to back up pegs then lead. best route in pembroke! ACE!
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