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20m.

Rockfax Description
Good physical climbing, despite the rather vegetated appearance from below. Start by scrambling up the slope, past the base of the huge corner, to a belay below a layback-flake.
Layback the flake to a sloping ledge and then enter the left-leaning corner which succumbs to good, old-fashion udging. At the top of the corner, traverse left to a bolt belay in an outcrop. Abseil off. © Rockfax

FA. Pat Littlejohn, Ed Grindley, John Taylor 27/Jan/1968.

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The Jazz Butcher 29 Jun, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Good proper HVS trad climbing. A bit less vegetation on it now thanks to Marti, "The Gardner", Hallett. Don't be cocky (like me) and second it in trainers, the smeary slab at the top will make your eyes water.
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βeta: Good proper HVS trad climbing. A bit less vegetation on it now thanks to Marti, "The Gardner", Hallett. Don't be cocky (like me) and second it in trainers, the smeary slab at the top will make your eyes water.

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Route of Interest

Immaculate Slab

Grade: HVS 5a ***
(Lundy)