Type: Trad, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: M Fowler 1980
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Shared By: Daniel James on Jul 3, 2019
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Description

UK E3 6a.

Best done as one pitch straight through, though if you do split it your belayer could get dope photos on P2 of the leader.

Start up the flake with the wide gap behind, going up thin grooves to a horizontal.  At this break, hang on tight and move left and then up a groove.  One could go left for a rest/belay ledge here.  Continue onward and find yourself on top of the knobbly ledge, though getting standing on this can be difficult with height.  Move up and right to gain easier climbing to the summit.

You may want to belay a little shy of the true summit on a break that will easily take gear (I used cams 0.75 to 2 but there were other options)

Location

On the tall central wall of Low Man, this starts a couple meters right of Raven Gully's base on the protruding flake.

Protection

Standard rack to BD#3 or 4. Gear anchors.

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