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M J Crocker 27/Oct/1991.

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Classic UK F7s, Billg's 2017 sweepstake list, 30 For My 30s

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PeteDP 26 Sep, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: FYI. pulled out one of the pitons from above the crux roof whilst lowering off. There's another piton about a foot and a half above it but beware that one is now missing. Could protect the break with a small nut or friend.
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βeta: FYI. pulled out one of the pitons from above the crux roof whilst lowering off. There's another piton about a foot and a half above it but beware that one is now missing. Could protect the break with a small nut or friend.
luke glaister 29 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Sorry guys. Pulled a crimp off this on the first overhang and its made it harder now. Definitely 7c+ now id say if it wasn't before.
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βeta: Sorry guys. Pulled a crimp off this on the first overhang and its made it harder now. Definitely 7c+ now id say if it wasn't before.
Michael Bortoluzzi 3 Jul, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: The short abseil down to the ledge had 2 bolts on the floor but no hangers on them, we used the 2 pegs in the wall instead (nut backup). We abbed and pulled the rope but meant we had to do a 5m easy trad lead out. Short spare rope (static if possible) would have been useful but not required (could have also abbed to the floor at the end but would have had to walk back round to get the ab station gear). We used the nut placement in the flake/block, extended. Climbing is easy but runout on that section. Rest of the route has really friendly bolting. Bringing a few slings and biners is useful, as well as quite a few spare quickdraws (we extended quite a few and the spares were helpful to clip our stuff in on the ledge).
 
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βeta: The short abseil down to the ledge had 2 bolts on the floor but no hangers on them, we used the 2 pegs in the wall instead (nut backup). We abbed and pulled the rope but meant we had to do a 5m easy trad lead out. Short spare rope (static if possible) would have been useful but not required (could have also abbed to the floor at the end but would have had to walk back round to get the ab station gear). We used the nut placement in the flake/block, extended. Climbing is easy but runout on that section. Rest of the route has really friendly bolting. Bringing a few slings and biners is useful, as well as quite a few spare quickdraws (we extended quite a few and the spares were helpful to clip our stuff in on the ledge).

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High 7c+
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High 7c
Mid 7c
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Style of Ascent
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Almost Me

Grade: 7c ***
(Ban-y-gor)