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The 100 Best UK VS routes?, Ultimate Scottish Rock, Classic Rock Climbs of Great Britain by Bill Birkett, Scottish Rock Climbs ****, Very good routes in the UK, Best slab climbs of the UK, Scottish 3 and 4 star multi-pitch routes, MIA logbook must haves!, The best the UK has to offer for mere mortals (apart from the lakes cos its always wet), CUMC First Ascents, BoC Scottish Summer, Pre-MIA Wishlist, Scottish Rock Benchmarks, EUMC - Must do climbs, Garry Latter, Scottish Ticklist up to VS, 50 Top Scottish VS's, CovidDreams, 4 Star Scottish rock

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ZoĆ«kitching 25 Sep Show βeta
βeta: The 'au cheval' move really is so so much harder for the shorter climber. would say like E3 or more if your 5ft2
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βeta: The 'au cheval' move really is so so much harder for the shorter climber. would say like E3 or more if your 5ft2
iambalaam 12 Aug Show βeta
βeta: Walk in took 2hrs. Completely overgrown and climbers' path was impossible to find. Climb was well worth it though!
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βeta: Walk in took 2hrs. Completely overgrown and climbers' path was impossible to find. Climb was well worth it though!
MichaelG 4 Jun Show βeta
βeta: Lots of loose blocks and hollow rock at the belay at the end of pitch 3.
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βeta: Lots of loose blocks and hollow rock at the belay at the end of pitch 3.
JackLucas 1 Sep, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Fantastic route but wet and slippy for us. Lead first two pitches, nice climbing but the damp made the friction moves abit hairy. Followed up the third pitch with the 'au cheval' move; pretty sure I cracked a rib on the edge by hauling myself over the sharp bit like a seal. Much easier if you treat it like a mantel. Gregor got a few moves into the fourth 'blank slab' pitch before the heavens opened, so retreated back to the belay. Made the decision to abb off rather than continue due to lack of friction on a friction slab...
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βeta: Fantastic route but wet and slippy for us. Lead first two pitches, nice climbing but the damp made the friction moves abit hairy. Followed up the third pitch with the 'au cheval' move; pretty sure I cracked a rib on the edge by hauling myself over the sharp bit like a seal. Much easier if you treat it like a mantel. Gregor got a few moves into the fourth 'blank slab' pitch before the heavens opened, so retreated back to the belay. Made the decision to abb off rather than continue due to lack of friction on a friction slab...

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Grade: VS 4c ***
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