Fine View Wall

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Trad and Sport
Morning sun
1 min
Level
Sheltered

A steep little wall of good rock that has a few worthwhile sport climbs on it plus a trio of trad lines. There is only one lower-off in place so a belay on a stake or bolt is required. Lower-offs were not placed as the final section of rock is not great but is actually okay to climb on. Approach (see map on page 363) - The wall is 50m to the left of the Main Face.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Easy Peasy
The wall left of the arete to a lower-off on a ledge.
 3
2
Comeback Kid
Follow the stepped arete to a lower-off.
 4a
3
Indian Summer
The left-hand side of the wall gives a short sport route. Climb the fingery wall just to the right of the arete finishing up...
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
Crimpy
6a+
4
Mynydd Marian
The rightward trending line past a tree stump to gain the final corner. A pleasant and fun route.
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
VS 4c
5
As You Like It
Climb the lower wall and swing up to below the final bulging headwall which requires a couple of stiff pulls to overcome.
 
1 Stars
6b+
6
Pioneer Cracks
A steep and well-protected line passing the wide crack and a deep horizontal slot.
 
1 Stars
E1 5b
7
The Walking Furnace
The toughest of the trad trio climbs the thin wall, corner and headwall on the right-hand side of the wall.
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
E3 5c