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Rock-a-bye Baby Unknown 45m
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23 Darkness Visible Unknown
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21 * Necromancer Unknown 90m
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22 * Black Celebration Unknown 90m
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22 *** Die Nadal Trad 25m

Very sustained jamming.

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22 Governor Of The Realm Unknown 10m
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20 *** Rigaudon Trad 70m
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19 *** Ramadan Trad 80m
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18 *** Rajah Trad 80m
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Rajah Eliminate Unknown 20m
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Poetic Licence Unknown 88m
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20 Roger Casement Unknown
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19 Swallow Unknown
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21 *** Dangerman Trad 75m
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24 *** Master Blaster Trad 100m
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21 *** Aquilla Trad 95m
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17 *** Barbe Di Vendetta Trad 90m

Start - About 10 m right of 'The Donger' at the obvious splitter handcrack.

  1. 25m - Jam the crack, passing several small ledges. Belay on the biggest one where the hand-sized crack continues in a corner. Can be linked with pitch 2 if you have enough gear.

  2. 25m - Jam and layback the corner up to a stance on a small ledge where the crack thins. Place some good wires, take a deep breath, and launch up the face and arete on the right until its possible to step back left to a large chossy ledge with a giant flake below twin cracks.

  3. 40m - Jam and bridge the twin cracks for about 15m, then carefully negotiate the choss to the top. This pitch is much longer than the guidebook suggests.

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17 Rigor Unknown
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23 Climbers Variant Trad 100m
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23 Quietly Unimpressed Unknown 100m
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19 * Rondeau Trad 80m
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FA: Gerry & Nick

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22 Grim Reaper Trad 85m
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20 Sam's Route Trad

The LH crack several lines to the left.

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So named because the eponymous German dogged his way seconding up. Climbs the crack splitting the semi-detached column above Split Surprises.

Face climb to 5m, traverse R into horrid, mossy crack, then belay amongst spikey bushes on the ledge above.

FA: Chris Elliott & Johannes Kirschner, 2014