Beech Buttress Area

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Early morning sun
20 mins
Level
Windy

The northern-most buttress on Curbar has a couple of attractive buttresses. The area can be green after rain.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Marx's Wall
On a shady side-wall, facing Froggatt. Make a sit start left of the Angular Crack - which is out of bounds. f6B+ from standing.
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
f7A
2
Angular Crack
The wide crack and corner is dirty, damp and awkward.
 
Graunchy
VS
3
Beech Buttress
Balance boldy out to the arete and climb up its well-positioned valley face to a final tricky couple of moves.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VS
4
Beech Buttress Direct
A long reach and stiff pull gains the easier arete.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
E1
5
Don't Slip Now
The centre of the slab is precarious, hard and unprotected. The landing is especially unforgiving - well named!
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
Technical
E5
6
Thought Cactus
The escapable left arete of the gully, usually with a side-runner.
 
Technical
HVS
7
Beech Gully
The awkward gully that splits the buttress has its moments.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
D
8
Sunday
The right arete of the chimney, has a tricky start then eases.
 
1 Stars
E1
9
Amethyst
Balance up the ramp to gain the centre of the wall and finish direct. Nearly a hidden gem.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VS
10
Purple Quartz
An inferior line using the rock to the right.
 HS
11
Campion Groove
Climb the wide corner-crack (big gear) to its top, then step right and balance up the pleasant ramp.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
S
12
Campion Wall
The fine finger-crack leads to ledges then step out right and climb the slab. The wall to the right provides a f5+ start.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
VS
13
Storms of Biblical Proportions
Tackles the juggy and reachy left arete of the buttress.
 HVS
14
Groans
The front face via a flake and a tricky little wall to a juggy finale.
 
Technical
VS