Route Grade Votings
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70m. (A Viking Longship) Originally an aid climb, this is now a high quality and hard free route named after an ancient Viking ship. The route heads towards the large orange section of rock near the cliff’s centre, with an overhang above, before trending left. Take plenty of small cams.
With a 70 m rope it is possible to rap to the ground from the bolted belay at the end of the first pitch.
Oh and by the way, this is a really good route but very hard for the grade.
You can get down from the belay above the roof at the end of the first pitch with a 60 m rope. The bolts are old (presumably date from the 1st aid ascent in 1993) and are at present backed up with a fixed wire. Be prepared to leave something if the wire is gone or has deteriorated. Felt 7- was fair for the first pitch - well-protected, excellent climbing.