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- Description:© (Atrax)
Short, fingery problems, some sharp.
- Approach:© (Atrax)
Immediately left of the steps as you enter the crag
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2 - Tunnel expedition
Not so much a boulder problem as a dirty grovel under the arete
Narrow line up the right of the arete.
Easiest line up the arete, started using the incut pocket
|5||Ralph's Arete (sit start)||V5||4m|
Right hand in the incut pocket, straight up.
Left hand on an ironstone crimp in the centre. Right to an obvious incut pocket and up
Right hand on the incut crimp, grab small sidepull for left and desperately up
Just right of the tree. Grab two small crimps and crank on up
Start as for problem #8, on the edges. traverse right into the start of problem #5 and up.
|2 - Tunnel expedition|
|Ralph's Arete (sit start)||4m|