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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.

Ticklists

ROCKFAX Portland: Top 50, West Country Climbs, Feature Photo Routes from Dorset Rockfax 2012, 3 Star Portland, ROCKFAX Dorset 2012: Graded Sport List, Nat's Summer 2016 Ticklist, Portland, West Country Climbs: Sport Routes Grades 5 to 7a+, Portland Olympian (6's, max stars)

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Jus 9 Jul, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Felt like a 1 star 6b+. Nice, but easy groove at the top.
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βeta: Felt like a 1 star 6b+. Nice, but easy groove at the top.
Sam Ring 31 May, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: The groove on this is awesome. Better than Superfly Guy.
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βeta: The groove on this is awesome. Better than Superfly Guy.
Ben Thorne 2 Dec, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: S'alright. My best onsight to date. Certainly didn't think it was any more than 6c. Superfly Guy is better.
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βeta: S'alright. My best onsight to date. Certainly didn't think it was any more than 6c. Superfly Guy is better.

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Style of Ascent
Lead
Toproped
Followed
Not Set
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Dogged
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Ground Up
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Route of Interest

Looking Through the Infinity Window

Grade: 6c+ ***
(Lulworth)