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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad, Sport and Top Rope
The second pitch is a Pipes classic. Steep, featured, and pumpy.
There is a lower-off at the top of the 2nd pitch. With a 60m rope and care, the belayer can lower the climber to the ground, then abseil to the groud using the climber as a counterweight.
FA: Kim Carrigan, Ian Lewis, 1975
|7||Magic Mushroom Variants||17||50m|
|10||Eye for a Line||16||34m|
|12||Smoke and Mirrors||19||35m|
|14||Seriously Searching For Sanity and Suiciding Instead (S.S.S.S.I.)||22|
|16||Beaten and Abused||22|
Trad and Sport
|1||Kwang Hwa Lantern||27||20m|
|4||Clench your fist and think of England||20||18m|
Bolted arete up and right from Cape Diem. DBB.
Trad and Top Rope
- Approach:© (jellyfish)
Avalanche Couloir is the prominent gully that separates Bulging and University Buttresses
|3||Rebel Without Claws||24||25m|
Start: Starts at the clean RH facing corner near the foot of Avalanche Couloir
FA: I. Lewis, L. Closs, 1972
Brilliant face climbing. A double set of small/medium wires very useful. About 10m right of CD is a recessed column. Scramble up to the base with care. Up, till you can step right onto the column proper. Follow shallow r facing corner till the gear fizzles out, then reach righ to gain hidden flake. Follow this up to gain top of column. There is a DBB a few metres up and left.