Jelly Roll

1 Stars
 VS 4b

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22m. Follow the strenuous thin crack in the wall to a possible stance and block belay. Pull boldly over a bulge and climb a groove and follow this to a capping roof, which is climbed on 'surprising' holds. Save some big gear for the final section.


First pitch at least 4c, possibly 5a. Hard moves and then a dirty, loose finish. Second pitch - no protection at all up short, nasty, unobvious wall of about 4b. Whole route winds up to being much harder than Crack and Corner. (VS 4c?)
Gordon Stainforth - 04/Jan/03

have u got the wrong route, Mr Gordon Stainforth? I led that second pitch and placed eight or nine bits of bomber gear. definfitrly a HS 4a, highly recommended with a top quailty finish (look for the hidden hold).
jon chalmers - 07/May/03

Both pitches felt 4c - the first crack being strenous, the final one being just plain hilarious. Good gear throughout, no sign any any "nasty" wall
Chris the Tall - 18/Jul/05

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