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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalitySport, Trad and Boulder
Good slab routes lurk beneath swathes of moss. The bolts are bullshit too. The 20s and Bush Pig are currently clean(ish)... Someone get in there and finish the job! I've got bolts if someone springs some hangers.
- Access Issues: inherited from Black Hill
|2||Squeal Like a Pig||21||426m,|
Bolt Like A Bush Pig
4 BRs, first with fixed hanger
|5||Maid to Undress in the Wilderness||21||423m,|
|6||Work the Meat||20||222m,|
|7||Fear of a Black Planet||20||20m|
|9||Passionate Public Petting||18||214m,|
Various blocks cover the hillside. Occasionally the rock exceeds complete rubbish while there are actually a couple of classics, especially the 4star dyke of The Dragon
All class 4 star mega classic. The amazing scaled dyke winding up the wave shaped down hill side of the boulder below Squeal Like a Pig. Stand start at right end of dyke and traverse left following dyke to steep moves. At lip swallow hard and mantle (crux). Very easy 4m slab to salvation.
The Dragon Sit
Reach dependent sit start at right end of dyke. V4 if you stack to reach jug, V4/5 if you can reach the good edge mid height on the dyke, V6 from slimps at base of dyke.
|V5 to V6||7m|
|12||Clostridium Perfringens||19m,||1. Middle Tier|
|17||Koala Bare||18m,||1. Middle Tier|
|18||Passionate Public Petting||214m,||1. Middle Tier|
|20||Fear of a Black Planet||20m||1. Middle Tier|
|Work the Meat||222m,||1. Middle Tier|
|21||Animal Husbandry||426m,||1. Middle Tier|
|Bolt Like A Bush Pig||426m,||1. Middle Tier|
|Maid to Undress in the Wilderness||423m,||1. Middle Tier|
|Squeal Like a Pig||426m,||1. Middle Tier|
|V4||The Dragon||7m||1.1. Middle Tier Bouldering|
|V5 to V6||The Dragon Sit||7m||1.1. Middle Tier Bouldering|