Triangle Buttress

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The second section of the edge has a fair selection of lower-grade climbs and more good bouldering including a fine low-level traverse. The lower section of the wall under Little White Jug often seeps after rain.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Little Plumb
A straightforward blocky crack to a trickier finish.
7 user comments
 D
2
Base Over Apex
The wall right of the crack has one long reach. Finish up the short, hanging groove.
3 user comments
 VS 4c
3
Baseless
The straight crack left of the nose of the buttress to a steep exit.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
HVD
4
Triangle Buttress Arete
Climb the arete with tricky moves onto a sloping shelf early on and then easier climbing above.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VD
5
Triangle Buttress Direct
The wall just right of the arete is steep and juggy and has a couple of long reaches early on. A problem start just right is f5...
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
S 4a
6
Triangle Crack
The awkward, narrowing corner can be a struggle; at least there is plenty of protection. A good spot to learn to bridge.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
HVD 4a
7
Leaning Wall
The hanging crack in the centre of the wall is best approached by a mildly bold traverse from the groove. It can also be...
2 user comments
 S 4b
8
Leaning Wall Direct
Fingery (often wet) moves on small sharp holds lead to the base of the easy upper crack. Many variations exist - the upper wall...
9 user comments
 
1 Stars
HS 5a
9
Little White Jug
The leaning and juggy wall to the right of the crack leads steeply to a grovelling mantelshelf exit on jams under a...
7 user comments
 
1 Stars
Strong
VS 4c
10
Big Black 'un
Climb the juggy wall just right via a series of bulges to another mantelshelf exit.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
HVS 5a
11
Steptoe
Easy cracks and blocks on the right-hand side of the wall give a pleasant beginners' outing.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
M
12
... and Son
Amble up the rock on the right. Another really easy one.
1 user comment
 D
  • Latest Comments

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    Lieback
    "Changed from HS 4b to HS 4b *, 75% of 47 votes for *" 23/Mar

    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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