Six Good Biceps Top 50

2 Stars

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A line of steep buckets. One pair of biceps should suffice.
FA. Joff Cook 28.5.1995


Excellent rock, reminiscent of the best of Pembroke.
steve wright - 17/Apr/00

Brilliant climb, requires power! good fun.
Alex James - 17/Feb/02

Come on, there's no comparison with Pembroke, this route is far better!
Goi - 07/Jul/03

Fantastic route, amazing setting, good climbing. Enjoyed this more than the Arete.
matt_b - 24/Aug/03

ok, nothing to rave about, beware rope drag when lowering off, not one to top rope. Climb on up to summit (easy trad) and lower off at the top for an interesting variation.
Simon Paver - 07/Sep/03

quite a steep crux on small ish holds for a few feet. Nice though
Woker - 27/Jul/04

Truly buckets... they fill with rain water quite quickly!
tchnorton - 24/May/05

lots of holds, most are large buckets, lots of grip for your feet, a bit disapointing really, the "hard bit" had lots off different ways of doing it and was simply easyer by missing all the "small" hold out. be careful of your rope running over the sharp rock - best not to toprope.
Rob in a Field - 27/May/07

im a begginer to outdoor climbing and i loved it, lots of power needed nice holds and great locationg. great climb.
Daniel White - 22/Mar/09

A great little route, and pretty steep too, but the holds keep coming. Probably a 4+ in my opinion
Adrian Holmes - 26/Sep/09

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