The last of the Tissington Spires is known as South Gully Buttress. The routes described here vary from the classically mild to the modern desperate but none of them are outstanding. Guidebook page 318.
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Hard work, though it has a load of fixed gear. The rounded arete of the buttress is climbed initially on the right to bulges....
|And the Weather|
The bulging wall left of the main groove is climbed via the wide crack to reach the bulges. Cross these on the right via a...
The deep groove is less of a darkest Africa experience than you might expect. Climb steeply into the groove, then bridge up to...
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Follow the wide crack right of the arete, then move right to another crack in the wall to the right until the stance on Dr...
|The Mystery Tour|
A natural extension to the previous routes for those who crave more of a wilderness experience. From the belay on the col,...