Route Grade Votings
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8m. The groove with wobbly chockstones is short-lived. If you are feeling technical, elegant semi-laybacking can avoid the worst of the grovelling. The rocking stone has recently been vandalised and is now only a shadow of its former self.
recently vandalised the rocking stone is now half the size it was and no longer surprises the on-sighter
To make the finish more interesting (i.e. less abrupt) one could move left and continue up the (around) 4m chimney created by the two smooth rock faces. Once on top the belay can be done from a big rope-sling thrown around the spike on the left of the chimney.