UKH

30m.

Rockfax Description
A steady lower wall on good holds is followed by some quality face climbing on the headwall. © Rockfax

FA. Martin Crocker 02/May/1992.

Ticklists

ROCKFAX Dorset 2012: Graded Sport List, Portland sub 6b, Portland, Portland Sendathon, Portland Olympian (6's, max stars), Portland Olympian - Need for Speed!, Portland Olympian

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Francescaparratt 26 Aug, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Maybe needs chains or one more bolt at the top as took a massive whip. Rest of the route is wonderfully bolted.
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βeta: Maybe needs chains or one more bolt at the top as took a massive whip. Rest of the route is wonderfully bolted.
Chris Shorter 21 Sep, 2002 Show βeta
βeta: Very good but no harder than F6b. I think that the F6c must be a "translation" of the old E3 5c trad grade, which was for the route when it was poorly protected. Obviously, the bolts make all the difference. Not to be missed!
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βeta: Very good but no harder than F6b. I think that the F6c must be a "translation" of the old E3 5c trad grade, which was for the route when it was poorly protected. Obviously, the bolts make all the difference. Not to be missed!

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Route of Interest

Trad Free World

Grade: 6b ***
(Wallsend South)
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