Reynard's Arch

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Sport
No sun
25 mins
Up and Down
Seepage
Dry in the Rain

A popular attraction, a least since all the trees that used to hide it were cut down. There is a small selection of spectacular sport routes here in a bizarre setting.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
The Lime Arch
The steep red wall forming the left wall of the arch is much easier than it looks. After a straightforward start, head up and...
 
2 Stars
6b+
2
Jonah's Boner
The right-hand side of the cave 50m further up from Arch Enemies is home to this retiring toughie. Knee-bars and other...
 
2 Stars
Technical
7c
3
Arch Rival
Start at the top of the slope on the right. An easier lower wall leads to a good jug at half-height. Make hard moves through...
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
7a
4
Arch Enemies
Follow the central line of bolts under the arch and out to a belay around the back. Sustained and powerful. A stunning and...
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
7c+
5
Sworn Enemy
Excellent steep climbing with a hard sequency crux. Starting on the right, climb up the vertical wall to a good hold under the...
 
3 Stars
Technical
8a
6
Things Ain't Like They Used to Be
Climb the thin pocketed flake-line, past several hard moves to a brief rest then make a big move to the break and a lower-off.
 
1 Stars
Technical
7a+
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  • Latest Comments

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    Black Flip
    "FFA Correction: John Fleming and Jim Shackleton made the first free ascent ca 19..." 05/Aug

    Claw Left-hand
    "Had been saving this route for years as it always seems to be wet. Oh my word wh..." 29/May

    Venery
    "Good crack climbing HVS 5a**" 17/Nov

    Simeon
    "Don't know about "low in the grade", I'd put it high in the grade." 03/Oct

    Aquarius
    "Really good route but wish I had read the comments about the vertical choss fini..." 19/Aug

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