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Rockfax Description
Climbs the slab just left of centre. © Rockfax

FA. Nigel Coe 15/Oct/1988.

Ticklists

Portland for the beginner (lead climbs), 4 - 5 Grade Climbs Portland Westcoast, CC GUIDE (2008): Portland - 1-3 Star Classic & Hard Rock

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Tom Beaumont 27 Aug, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: The route to the left is "A nugget of purest green" also grade 4.
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βeta: The route to the left is "A nugget of purest green" also grade 4.
omniscient_penguin 11 Jun, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Seemed quite easy for a 4? Big juggy grips with plenty of friction, a nice location right next to the sea with a nice view - great at sunset. I was mobbed by sandflies on the belay though. If anything the scramble under the slab wearing trainers and getting my rucksack through was harder than the climb itself(although obviously I didn't do the climb in the trainers).
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βeta: Seemed quite easy for a 4? Big juggy grips with plenty of friction, a nice location right next to the sea with a nice view - great at sunset. I was mobbed by sandflies on the belay though. If anything the scramble under the slab wearing trainers and getting my rucksack through was harder than the climb itself(although obviously I didn't do the climb in the trainers).

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