20m.

Rockfax Description
At low water, the direct start to Suspense is technical and bold. Small wires and cams protect sparingly - remember to leave room in the slots for your fingers. Above the crux, a bold sprint leads to the crux of the regular route. © Rockfax

FAA. Alan Clarke 1958. FFA. Roger Greatrick early 1980s..

Ticklists

Burbage, Millstone and Beyond Routes Graded List, Great Wall Climbs of the UK, Peak Rock/14/Gritstone After the Gold Rush, Classic Lobs, On Peak Rock, Peak District Grit Graded List

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Graham Hoey 8 Oct, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: I think E5 6a is a better grade. Most of the climbing is on very good large holds. One short balancy section above iffy cam/wires leads to good holds again. Couldn't find a 6b move.
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βeta: I think E5 6a is a better grade. Most of the climbing is on very good large holds. One short balancy section above iffy cam/wires leads to good holds again. Couldn't find a 6b move.

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Fantasia

Grade: E5 6b ***
(High Tor)
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