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The crack and long twisting groove right of the thorn tree.
1) 4c, 22m. Climb the groove, then move right and up into a niche. Climb up and slightly left to a grassy ledge.
2) 4c, 26m. Follow the wide flake-crack to its top, then traverse right easily, passing a yew tree. Climb the groove, pulling out left on to the wall (peg) in a good position. Finish direct.
FA. Oliver Woolcock, Rod Brown 1964
Very nice route. Second pitch is definatly the better of the two. Didn't feel like VS to me.
Craig - 15/Aug/05
polished start but fantastic second pitch
msjhes2 - 13/May/08
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