Four Star

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The right arete is climbed on its left-hand side by fiercely-technical laybacking usually above a well-padded landing. Traverse off left at the break.
FA. Simon Horrox 1982


Good boulder prob but no harder than E3. Does this E5 nonesense stem from the flippant remark in the bouldering guide "B5 but more like E5" or some such?
Bonjoy - 11/Oct/03

Wow think you're the greatest Bonjoy!!
Gritlover - 10/Dec/03

Thanks Gritlover, I've got a special place in my heart for you too.
Boy - 18/Nov/04

Why thanks BJ! You really are the greatest...
Gritlover - 31/Dec/04

Worth E3 6b with pads and spotting team - not that high up really. If this is E5 then what is White Wand?
Ted - 18/Dec/05

Nevermind the's a great problem and deserves to be alot more popular. Better than many of the other classic aretes on the plantation circuit.
Dave Johnson - 07/Nov/09

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