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Rockfax Description
The thin stuck-on tufa provides a butch classic. A crafty knee-bar aids the starting sequence. No grabbing of the lower-off chain before clipping. © Rockfax

FA. G.Sutcliffe 1990.

Ticklists

Yorkshire Limestone Graded List, UK 8a and up, Lime Time, UK Flowstone

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User Date Notes
RupertD 24 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: It's a much better route (and a bit harder) if you finish on the jug up and right, and clip the new crab to the right of the chain belay. Always felt odd with the hardest move being grabbing the chain. Going to the jug makes it feel less like using a point of aid.
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βeta: It's a much better route (and a bit harder) if you finish on the jug up and right, and clip the new crab to the right of the chain belay. Always felt odd with the hardest move being grabbing the chain. Going to the jug makes it feel less like using a point of aid.

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Style of Ascent
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Redpoint
Dogged
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Route of Interest

Victorious

Grade: 8a ***
(Attermire Scar)
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