Lazy Days and Summer Haze

2 Stars

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A testing pitch that is rounded off by a steep and exposed finish. Move up to the right and then back left to a shallow corner below a flake. Climb the layback-flake to the horizontal break. Move leftwards through the upper flowstone bulge to a lower-off.
FA. Pete Oxley 8.5.1989


no hard moves but quite sustained for the grafde with a good roof at the top
simon hendy - 30/Nov/00

Wheres the slab climbing then?
Al Evans - 16/Sep/02

The new line to the right is apparently 7b, dont get it confused with Pinch an Inch :-0)
Al Evans - 12/May/03

Bit run out. Hint long stretch to foothold out right avoids committing layback.
John Alcock - 15/May/03

The aforementioned foothold is new!!!
steve taylor - 09/Jun/03

Pleasantly sustained. I used the (new) foothold out right - I suspect the short may not be able to reach it!
Richard Horn - 07/Feb/05

The first couple of bolts are fairly tough but once you get the lay back it's ok. At the bulge I made the maistake of going straight up and lunged for a pice of flowstone which pulled off and narrowly missed someone walking down below!! At least the tat held. Off to the left is a much better proposition.
Morgan Woods - 03/May/05

really far to the first bolt and a bit delicate for the grade. rest of route is nice though. the run out bit is easy ground with rests
paul - 03/Aug/09

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