Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 3 pitches
FA: Chris Bonington, Paul Ross Brian Henderson Ken Mosley (Var Leads) June 17th 1965
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Shared By: Paul Ross on Dec 30, 2010
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Starts at the large ash tree just left of the stone wall,and right of North Crag Eliminate.Here is a thin right facing corner which is the difficult second pitch.. P1) Climb straight up the wall to a resting place place below a thin corner . Continue up to reach the gangway on Zig Zag.Follow this to the terrace.90'5.10b P2)Climb the wall on the right to the foot of a prominent smooth right facing corner. Climb this (piton pro) with difficulty and pull out to a to a ledge on the left. Traverse left to reach the final stance on North Crag Eliminate.55'5.11.P3) Climb half way up the narrow gangway on the left to a steep crack that leads to the top right hand corner of the large flake. Continue to the right up the steep wall to the top. 65'5.10a


Castle Rock of Triermain, Thirmere ,near Keswick . See FRCC guide book Eastern Crags.


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