Turned to Stone Top 50

3 Stars

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One of Portland's finest routes. Some thin pocket moves and a great finish all on immaculate flowstone.
FA. Pete Oxley 22.4.1989


I found the top moves harder than the crux. They're really quite long-reachy and pumpy, as opposed the two-move fingery crux.
Ben - 22/Mar/00

I thought the crux was the low fingery two-move crux. The reaches were quite long at the top but the holds were so good, I did not find them pumpy.
Steve Thomas - 02/May/00

The crux is certainly fingery and the top half of the route is probably 6a+.
Tim Wilkinson - 03/May/00

The top is easy really. It should be in the bag if you reach the mid height ledge.
ben stokes - 04/Jun/01

Simply a joy. Classic 6c+
John Alcock - 19/Aug/02

A great climb somewhat defiled by the sad attempt to chip out an eliminate line to the right.
Ed - 11/May/03

I was very pleased to on sight this wonderful route on sunday afternoon, thank you Pete Oxley!!
Murray freestone - 07/Jun/04

Wonderful route. The crux is much harder than the rest of the route, but I think the grade is OK.
Enrico - 24/Jan/05

Simply a classic route, with an amazing finish, that is a pleasure to do after the fingery start.
Glen - 12/Apr/05

Very good route. One stiff pull low down and a ramble to the top. Good first 6c+ i reckon.
Adam Lincoln - 29/Aug/06

Awesome route, 'specially the top section. Great finishing jugs too.

The bottom section is quite hard if you don't spy the sidepull flake out left, like me!
Jus - 05/Feb/07

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