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The right-ward extension of the Gandalf Wall forms a fine tall buttress of excellent orange granite. Although clearly seen from the road, and relatively easy to get to, the first route on the wasn't added until 1999. Now it is home to a small selection of hard climbs which you won't have to queue for. Approach - From the Gandalf parking walk past the cliff and scramble up the boulders to the base of the face in about 10 minutes. Descent - Make 4 abseils down the line of Simarillion, or walk off leftwards - 20 minutes back to the road.
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165m. The original route of the face. A fine and long expedition forcing its way up the left-hand side of the face. Start at a...
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115m. A rather arduous approach leads to fine and hard aid climbing on the central wall. It looks likely that the lower pitches...
165m. A spectacular and hard outing that breaches the roofs on the upper right-hand side of the cliff by some wild climbing....
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140m. Another route in the hard and wild mould, with some desperate jamming in an out-there situation. The name means The...
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