UKH

40m.

Rockfax Description
A great adventure in a steep and intimidating setting and a fine first pitch. A confident leader and second is needed for this route.
1) 4b, 20m. Traverse horizontally right following an easy low line. Then climb diagonally right up and move right again onto a ledge.
2) 20m. Easy rock leads to the top. © Rockfax

FA. D.Oxenham, M.Hill 05/May/1984.

Ticklists

Pembroke VDiff-HVS, Orange Spot Pembroke

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cpoad 18 Jul Show βeta
βeta: A great experience, what Pembroke is all about. A very intimidating position. When abed down thought it looked impossible, but gradually I spotted the traverse line. We did it in the morning before the sun hit and it was greasy and a bit wet, and would recomend waiting for the sun to it hit it first.
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βeta: A great experience, what Pembroke is all about. A very intimidating position. When abed down thought it looked impossible, but gradually I spotted the traverse line. We did it in the morning before the sun hit and it was greasy and a bit wet, and would recomend waiting for the sun to it hit it first.

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Route of Interest

Lydstep Traverse

Grade: VS ***
(Lydstep Point Area)
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