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Ebb And Flow
Start on fallen over log, up obvious crack to direct finish up and over, don't go around the arete. May need to place a directional if top-roping to avoid whipping into tree.
FA: Neil Monteith, Kent Paterson & Ti, 2005
Right of 'Scottish Reign', climb the flexing hollow flake to the ledge.
|8||Ecosse Right Hand Variant||10||6m|
Bouldering Slabs - R Arete / Courtyard Arete
Up the arete above the bouldering slabs, past 2 bolts and tree branch (sling). Double bolt belay towards the back of the block.
|18||Stone Cold Bush||29||15m|
The beautiful arete right of Mobile Phone (at least I think it is Mobile Phone!) taken on its left-hand side. Solo after top rope. No bolts or gear. Named after the River Severn.
FFA: Peter Reynolds, 31st Aug
FA: Peter Reynolds, 31st Aug
Climb the arete of 'Severn Tide' on its right-hand side to a tricky sloping finish.
FFA: Peter Reynolds, 6th Sep
FA: Peter Reynolds, 6th Sep
Located on the wall around the corner left of Mobile Phone. Climb the seam to the break (crux) then traverse left before finishing up the final crack. Soloed after top roping. The first seam to the break is a highball boulder problem at V6.
FFA: Peter Reynolds, 26th Sep
FA: Peter Reynolds, 26th Sep
|37||Old Dogs, New Tricks||22||20m|
|40||My Black Sheep||15||8m|
|41||Waiting For Sam||15||8m|
|42||Little Bo Peep||21||10m|
Up The Bracket
rock on over
FA: kp, nmonteith, 2005
Knife In The Cheese
Climb begins 4m left of Fido follows horizontal break to arete then up.
FA: Paul McWaters, Rigel Butler
|47||bolted line next to 'Jewellery'||16||13m|
Heroin Is So Passe
Thin face with a single fixed hanger at about 4m.
FA: kp, nmonteith & ti, 2005
|Ecosse Right Hand Variant||6m|
|Bouldering Slabs - R Arete||29m,|
|Knife In The Cheese||6m|
|My Black Sheep||8m|
|Waiting For Sam||8m|
|bolted line next to 'Jewellery'||13m|
|20||Ebb And Flow||38m,|
|Heroin Is So Passe||16m,|
|21||Little Bo Peep||10m|
|Old Dogs, New Tricks||20m|
|Up The Bracket||8m|
|29||Stone Cold Bush||15m|