Cider

Fluttery
 VS 5a

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8m. The delicate right-hand arete of the wall is tricky, poorly protected and high in the grade! Starting by laybacking out of the pit on the right is a worthwhile HVS 5b.
FA. David Penlington 1950

USER COMMENTS

When it's dry, best started from the corner to the right, to give an excellent HVS 5b. Pulling the jammed block out and onto your head would not be wise, mind.
Graham - 04/Feb/02

Since when did VS 5a involve thin 5b climbing protected by a 00 wire????
Timmy P - 08/Sep/03

when it is protected by a bomber 00 friend...
Tobs - 19/Apr/04

Tricky for the short with less than convincing gear. Starting up the corner would improve the pro.
FATBOYFAT - 10/Jun/05

Tricky for the grade, unprotected mantle-ing at a less than favourable height.
Ropeboy - 20/Sep/05

Harder than Cydrax & with very poor gear. High wibble factor
Iain Thow - 17/Mar/07

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