Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Claude Frankland, 1919
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Shared By: Rob Davies UK on Jun 18, 2015
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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A "fine old-fashioned tussle that was a remarkable achievement for its time". Pigeon poo and bits on nest usually detract from the quality of the climb - you might want to get your doctor to check you out for Pigeon Fanciers' Lung if you breathe any of the stuff in while struggling upwards.


This takes a big, leaning groove leading rightwards to a niche capped by an overhang. Can you guess why it's called Frankland's GREEN Crack?


Cams, including biggish ones + nuts.