UKH

42m.

Rockfax Description
Brilliant; one the crag's strongest lines. Low in the grade. Climbing with your hands in the break provides the best protection, feet in the break is less strenuous and much more scary! Climb up to the square pocket, then follow the rising break all the way to Left Edge, and finish up this. © Rockfax

FA. H.Griffiths, M.Harber 08/Jun/1985.

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Eloise Horsfield 1 Sep, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: I opted for using the ledge for my feet – def seemed easier than what I'd watched Alex do on lead
 
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βeta: I opted for using the ledge for my feet – def seemed easier than what I'd watched Alex do on lead

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Riders on the Storm

Grade: HVS 5a ***
(Stennis Head)
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