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55m. With the shorter Gibson’s Chimney, one of two final weaknesses of the East Buttress, starting high up the scree gully. "There is about 200 feet of climbing, but the rock is exceedingly rotten, and much covered with vegetation rendering the climb dangerous and not to be recommended, particularly towards the top where the exposure is great." (FRCC 1926)

W.E. Bennison, A.E. Burns, T.H. Seaton, C.D. Yeomans 28/Mar/1910.

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Brown Slabs Direct

Grade: VD ***
(Shepherd’s Crag)
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