Type: Sport, 300 ft, 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Chris and Ian Perry
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Shared By: Tom Gnyra on Apr 27, 2016
Admins: Dave Rone, Tom Gnyra

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Description

I've heard this climb described as a "juggy 10- multipitch" and I think it gets that name deservedly so.

P1: 10b, Start in the corner and go up towards the ramp. Trend right and get onto a second ramp. Grey compact stone the entire way.

P2: 10a, Worse yellowish rock brings you to a long ramp that trends right (again). Pass the Rap station and continue to the anchors of pitch 2.

P3: Maybe the best 10c on the cliffline. Pockets and jugs galore.

P4: Trend left and avoid some loose junk to the finish.

Location

First multipitch of the three big lines after the cave.

Protection

Bolts, bring a dozen draws and a few runners.

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