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18m.

Rockfax Description
An upper wall testpiece that features a hard but well-protected crux. Start at a right-leaning crack, the base of which disappears into a hole in the ramp.
Follow the crack pleasantly to a hand-ledge. Continue more steeply to where it thins, and make a couple of urgent pulls up the wall just left of the crack to an easy finish up a tiny corner. © Rockfax

R Harrison, A Hall 11/Feb/1978.

Ticklists

Rockfax SW select - Avon gorge routes, Trad climbs for sport climbers, West Country Climbs, The Ramp 'Super' Challenge, The Local Ticklist, So you think your an Avon Climber?

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User Date Notes
plant_based_tommo 25 May, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: when the crack stops yielding good holds, use the crimps out left. Doing it this way Feels like E3 6a. If you try to climb the crack its much harder, trust me I tried!
 
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βeta: when the crack stops yielding good holds, use the crimps out left. Doing it this way Feels like E3 6a. If you try to climb the crack its much harder, trust me I tried!

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Style of Ascent
Lead
Followed
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Route of Interest

Pink Wall Indirect

Grade: E3 5c ***
(Avon Gorge (Main Area))