Mammoth Slab Area

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Evening sun
25 mins

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Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
Matchstick Crack
10m. The thin crack in the wall finishing leftwards up the slab.
 S 4a
10m. Take the square-cut arete on its right-hand side.
2 user comments
1 Stars
HVS 5a
Grim Wall
10m. Climb the overlap and a crack to its end. Finish up the face.
 VS 5a
Peat Climb
14m. Climb the slab rightwards then a broken groove to the right of a recess.
Noddy's Wall
12m. The slim buttress gives a pleasant pitch.
3 user comments
1 Stars
HS 4b
Swan Crack
14m. The arete leads to the ever-popular crack.
1 user comment
1 Stars
Swan Down
10m. The wall right of the crack feels a little artificial.
 VS 4c
Gnomes' Wall
14m. Climb the wall then easier ground to a finish up the slab above the tricky overhang.
 VS 4b
Rib and Wall
16m. A flake crack leads to a good ledge and a finish up the slab to the right.
 S 4a
Mammoth Slab
16m. Pull onto the slab on the left and climb this until the exposed arete on the left can be reached fro a fine finish.
4 user comments
2 Stars
VS 4c
Ferdie's Folly
16m. The centre of the slab has a perplexing start and little in the way of gear. The upper section is (much) easier.
1 user comment
2 Stars
E1 5b
Dust Storm
16m. The right-hand side of the slab via scoop and small overhang. Poorly protected
1 user comment
1 Stars
E2 5b
'K' Climb
14m. Climb the crack in the arete to ledges then the awkward face above.
 VS 4b
14m. Use the block to access the face and climb an awkward thin crack to a ledge and the steep groove above. FA. Barry Kershaw...
 VS 4c
8m. Climb the technical wall from the sharp block. Hard for everybody but especially the short.
1 user comment
1 Stars
HVS 6a
June Climb
14m. Parallel cracks lead to ledge, traverse left then climb a flake to easy ground.
1 Stars
Austin Maxi
8m. The wall has tricky moves at half-height and again to reach the top.
1 user comment
 E2 5c
June Wall
8m. Climb the technical wall starting from the tip of a convenient (unless you land on it) block.
1 user comment
1 Stars
VS 5a
June Ridge
10m. The wall leads to a shelf then rend left to finish up June Wall.
1 Stars
S 4a
8m. Start up June Ridge and climb the bold wall direct to a hard finish.
 E2 5c
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