UKH

18m.

Rockfax Description
A (not very) subtle blend of climbing and caving. The compelling narrow rift to a tight exit through the cliff. Speaking as one who emerged trouserless from its clutches the climb is well worth exploring. © Rockfax

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Steve Ashton's 100 Classic Gritstone Climbs, Through Routes!, Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors), Type 2 Fun, Hard Very Silly - wet troglodytes, Level 1 Peak Trad Routes

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Simon Caldwell 2 Aug, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Fantastic :-) The crux for me was getting to the top of the green slab, which was green, wet, and slippery, so I udged my way up the lovely offwidth on the right.
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βeta: Fantastic :-) The crux for me was getting to the top of the green slab, which was green, wet, and slippery, so I udged my way up the lovely offwidth on the right.
Nick Smith - Climbers 13 Sep, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: Brilliant and perverse fun! From the top of the green slab, exit 'under' the huge jammed block into the tight chimney that gives the route its name. But do you enter facing inwards or outwards? :)
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βeta: Brilliant and perverse fun! From the top of the green slab, exit 'under' the huge jammed block into the tight chimney that gives the route its name. But do you enter facing inwards or outwards? :)

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Route of Interest

Squirmer's Chimney

Grade: S 4a ***
(Wimberry Rocks)
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