End Slab

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Early morning sun
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Burbage North's last gasp has some pleasant slabs that might interest those in search of an easy time. It is normally quieter here than the rest of the cliff.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Shelf Wall
A short problem up and left.
 f5+
2
End Buttress
A wide crack and slab on the left-hand side of the arete.
1 user comment
 D
3
The Penultimate
The pleasant narrow face has a technical start.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
E1 5b
4
End Slab
A nice easy slab. Climbing either arete is a tad harder.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
D
5
Two Pocket Sitter
Steep moves past the two pockets. Slink off left or right.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
Technical
f5+
6
End Slab Ramp
Up the jutting rib just right of the slanting crack.
1 user comment
 D
7
Front End Slab
A short slab round the back.
 VD
8
Back End Slab
A nice easy slab with a steeper finish.
1 user comment
 D
9
Ender
The crack in the left-hand side of the face. Tricky to start.
7 user comments
 
1 Stars
D
10
Endest Arete
The left edge of the final slab has a steep start.
 VD
11
Endste
The wall and flake above.
5 user comments
 D
12
Almost the Last Word
The short rib accessed from the right really is the last word in terms of routes at Burbage North.
 
Technical
E1 5c
  • Latest Comments

    For BURBAGE NORTH

    End Slab
    "Changed from D * to D *, 0% of 7 votes for D" 11/May

    Submission
    "This only felt about VS 4b - I think the move is reach dependent (I'm 6' 0"..." 05/Nov

    Peter's Progress
    "Climbed direct up the incipient crack above the tree at the end of the traverse...." 01/Jun

    Nicotine Stain
    "Changed from V4 6B 6b * to V4 6B *, no votes" 28/May

    Side Face
    "Balancy moves, easier for the tall. It's all in the initial move for the break.T..." 11/Jun

    Remergence
    "Sandbag or not, it is still a route and the crux is the desperate long reach at ..." 02/Jun

    Ash Tree Variations
    "The correct name of this route is Ash Tree Variation, not 'Variations'" 22/Apr

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