Remergence Buttress

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Sun from mid-morning
5 mins
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The most impressive buttress at this end of Burbage North is the tiered roofs of Remergence. The classics of Mutiny Crack and Remergence are test-pieces from two generations apart. The lower section of the buttress is very popular with boulderers and, with the exception of Mutiny Crack, ropes are rarely used here.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Stomach Traverse
14m. Mantel onto the arete of the buttress then move up to the roof. Either grovel along the ledge (historically accurate but...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
2
Tiptoe
16m. Start as for the Stomach Traverse but, from the arete, step down and tiptoe right to Mutiny Crack. Continue around the...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
3
Gymnipodies
10m. Choose a start to reach the ledges then gain the break over the roof, swing right and finish with great difficulty.
 
Reachy
Technical
E4 6b
4
The Hanging Rib
From a low start, pull over the nose. From standing is easier - V2. A low sit-down start under Remergence, then traversing the...
 
1 Stars
Technical
V4 6B
5
Remergence
12m. The centre of the first roof is passed with difficulty using well-chalked slots in the roof to gain a flatty above - a...
2 user comments
 
2 Stars
Reachy
Technical
E4 6b
6
Blind Date
12m. Often this is only climbed as a boulder problem start over the first roof (a classic V8). However there is a full route...
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
Rounded
E4 7a
7
Mutiny Crack
10m. A mini-classic, the crack that splits a bevy of bulges is jug-pulling once the initial awkward roof is passed. Those who...
32 user comments
 
3 Stars
Strong
HS 4b
8
Meddle
10m. The arete of the buttress is climbed on its right-hand side then take the short wall above. Move left to finish up the...
4 user comments
 HVS 5a
9
Detour
8m. Climb the groove on the far right to a rapid escape out left below the big capping overhang.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
HVD 4a
10
Diversion
6m. The hanging crack is reached with difficulty from the groove on the left. Short and sharp.
 
Strong
HVS 5a
11
Dead Tree Crack
6m. 20m to the right is an arduous wide leaning crack.
 
Technical
HS 4b
12
Side Face
6m. The clue is in the name.
1 user comment
 S 4a
  • Latest Comments

    For BURBAGE NORTH

    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

    The Chant Direct Finish
    "Solid 6a using small crimps if you can't reach from the good footholds or span f..." 29/Nov

    Bilberry Cake
    "Don't lead harder than VS but didn't find this too difficult, certainly easier c..." 19/Nov

    Hollyash Crack
    "I don't see how you protect this without giant cams. It goes as a good layback ..." 30/Jul

    Bilberry Cake
    "Agree with above, no way HVS - More like HS 4c. Not a bad little one move route ..." 24/May

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