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35m.

Rockfax Description
The first of the mega-pumpy lines on this wall has good gear and good holds although care is required with the rock in places.
Climb to and over a roof at the low faultline and then follow the crack-line marking the left edge of the face to a steep pull over an overhang at the top. Finish by pulling up the abseil rope. If the tide is not low enough then a start up The Lean Machine to reach the faultline is possible. © Rockfax

FA. George Hounsome, Scott Titt 10/May/1980.

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daveycrocket 26 Jul, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: This chossy route can't have been climbed in a good long time. Its well out of condition and serius'ly (boom boom) loose. Its a great line but not worthy of its 2 stars.
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βeta: This chossy route can't have been climbed in a good long time. Its well out of condition and serius'ly (boom boom) loose. Its a great line but not worthy of its 2 stars.
ap 19 Feb, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: harder than ocean boulevard, and not as good.
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βeta: harder than ocean boulevard, and not as good.

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Soul Sacrifice

Grade: E3 5c ***
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