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Rockfax Description
14m. The jutting axe-edged arete gives a great climb, bold and committing. From the good runners on Noonday Ridge move back right and, heart in mouth, layback and balance up the arete until jugs (or the air) offer some relief. High in the grade. © Rockfax

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Extreme Rock, The 3 star way to yorkshire gritstone's heaven, Good E4s, Ultimate E4 ticklist, Rockfax Northern England Top 50, The All New 3 Star Way to Yorkshire Gritstone Heaven., Rockfax Top 50 - Northern England

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Si Witcher 12 Sep, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: I don't think the upgrading of such a testpiece is justified. This is one of those routes that defines the E4 grade and nothing about the route has changed. Leave it as E4.
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βeta: I don't think the upgrading of such a testpiece is justified. This is one of those routes that defines the E4 grade and nothing about the route has changed. Leave it as E4.
nigel baker 7 Jan, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: What a route! It feels higher, more exposed and more scary than it realy is..classic!
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βeta: What a route! It feels higher, more exposed and more scary than it realy is..classic!

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Style of Ascent
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Route of Interest

The Dawning

Grade: E4 6b ***
(Hawkcliffe)