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Short, fingery problems, some sharp.

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Immediately left of the steps as you enter the crag

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V0 1 Boulder 4m



Not so much a boulder problem as a dirty grovel under the arete

V5 * 3 Boulder 4m

Narrow line up the right of the arete.

V4 ** Ralph's Arete Boulder 4m

Easiest line up the arete, started using the incut pocket

V2 * 5 Boulder 4m

Right hand in the incut pocket, straight up.

V3 * 6 Boulder 4m

Left hand on an ironstone crimp in the centre. Right to an obvious incut pocket and up

V5 7 Boulder 4m

Right hand on the incut crimp, grab small sidepull for left and desperately up

V4 * 8 Boulder 4m

Just right of the tree. Grab two small crimps and crank on up

V4 ** 9 Boulder 4m

Start as for problem #8, on the edges. traverse right into the start of problem #5 and up.


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