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Rockfax Description
When the upper slabs are clear of moss this is a worthwhile pitch. Start on the left side of the face next to a deep chimney that is formed by a massive flake that leans against the tor.
Move up cracks in the wall left of the chimney to a spike and continue up cracks until a pull up the wall above can be made and a ledge on the left gained. Move up through a bulge and climb carefully up the mossy slab to the top. Do not attempt this section in damp conditions. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
To the left of the wide chimney head up cracks (spike runner), then continue up further cracks until you can pull left onto a ledge. Take care to arrange gear here as above the bulge the very mossy slab is largely unprotected and not for the feint hearted! Be careful and avoid altogether when wet.

Ticklists

West Country Climbs, 40 For 40, Bristol Crack School, South West Climbs - Pat Littlejohn (1st Ed.)

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Great Western

Grade: VS 5a ***
(Chudleigh Rocks - South Face)