1) 4c, 10m. Climb the thin and polished left-hand crack then move awkwardly right to a blocky groove leading to a stance.2) 4c, 10m. Traverse the rounded breaks out left to easy ground. A high tree makes a useful belay for timid seconds. © Rockfax
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Bear in mind that what the BMC Froggatt to Black Rocks guide calls Birch Tree Wall is called Birch Tree Wall Direct on here and in the Rockfax guide.
FA. Jack London 1928.
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