The soaring groove on the left-hand side of the wall is a fine line, although the groove itself is relatively easy. Move up with difficulty to the groove proper and continue up it more easily. © Rockfax
FA. Pete Oxley. The first ?modern' route on Portland. 08/Aug/1988.
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