1) 5b. An excellent finger-jamming pitch. Passing the tat (care, it is tied through an ancient peg/blob of rust) is the tricky bit.
2) 5b. The thin crack in the upper wall, left of the groove, has hard moves (almost 5c) low down. © Rockfax
FFA. Ed Drummond 1975.
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