UKH

18m.

Rockfax Description
A very worthwhile climb that takes on a bouldery lower wall to a superb upper section of brilliant rock. © Rockfax

FA. Nic Hellyer 07/Dec/1996.

Ticklists

ROCKFAX Dorset 2012: Graded Sport List, Portland sub 6b, Portland, Cool Names, Portland Sendathon, The Dorset Sub 7a Silly Name Game

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Ben Thorne 12 Oct, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Agreed and agreed John. Not seen much traffic on the route over the years, so it can pick up dirt. Yes, the fall from the bottom of the scoop can be nasty. That being said, neither of these affect the technical difficulty of the route.
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βeta: Agreed and agreed John. Not seen much traffic on the route over the years, so it can pick up dirt. Yes, the fall from the bottom of the scoop can be nasty. That being said, neither of these affect the technical difficulty of the route.
John Alcock 3 Oct, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Unlike Ben I found it quite hard for the grade. I scooped some more dirt off the first mantle. I thought the bolt which protects the second mantle was unnecessarily and dangerously low (and I'm a shortie).
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βeta: Unlike Ben I found it quite hard for the grade. I scooped some more dirt off the first mantle. I thought the bolt which protects the second mantle was unnecessarily and dangerously low (and I'm a shortie).
Tom Beaumont 17 Jul, 2002 Show βeta
βeta: The ledge is covered in rubble
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βeta: The ledge is covered in rubble

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No Place for Mambas

Grade: 6b ***
(Wallsend South)
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