UKH

30m.

Rockfax Description
Some good, open face climbing in its upper half. Take care low down as the bolts are spaced and the rock friable. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Oxley 19/Apr/1992.

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Portland

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matt perks 23 Apr, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: I thought this was potentially a brilliant route. The first half is sustained and fairly steep, the next section involves some excellent, intricate slabby stuff, and then there's a juggy finish. It is still a bit crumbly in the bottom half but just needs a bit of care and should clean up if it gets enought traffic. The bolts are excitingly spaced - not one to push your grade on - but I thought scary rather than dangerous.
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βeta: I thought this was potentially a brilliant route. The first half is sustained and fairly steep, the next section involves some excellent, intricate slabby stuff, and then there's a juggy finish. It is still a bit crumbly in the bottom half but just needs a bit of care and should clean up if it gets enought traffic. The bolts are excitingly spaced - not one to push your grade on - but I thought scary rather than dangerous.
Jus 11 Apr, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Forgot to say I nearly got crushed by rock the size of a small telly that my mate pulled off - twice!! Be very careful.
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βeta: Forgot to say I nearly got crushed by rock the size of a small telly that my mate pulled off - twice!! Be very careful.
Jus 11 Apr, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: The quintessential pile of horrible, run-out, sandy tottering choss. Frightening.
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βeta: The quintessential pile of horrible, run-out, sandy tottering choss. Frightening.

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Route of Interest

Walking the King

Grade: 6b+ ***
(Coastguard South)
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