Soldier of Fortune
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The big central groove provides a welcome relief from the sustained hard boldness around it.
1) 5b, 35m. Climb up into the groove and follow it to the break. Lean around the roof and reach a bucket. Heave around the lip and continue up the loose-looking (but solid) wall to a ledge.
2) 4c, 10m. Climb the crack/groove just right of the corner.
FA. Jon de Montjoye 21.3.82
Really nice first pitch. Well worth doing
Chris Wy - 01/Feb/06
martin k - 19/Apr/06
Wonderful E1 roof. Bouldery start, and good corner climbing to a great sit-down rest in the cool shade of the roof.
The top section of pitch 1 seemed perfectly solid to me, but the second pitch is nasty due to dirt and sand from above (I did both pitches together without too much problem)
Pythonist - 11/Jul/06
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