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Easy stuff mostly with juggy steeps & slopey slabs.

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Approach

Follow fire trail for a minute & the group of boulders on your left is the sprocket area. Walk between the boulders, 'Spacely Sprockets V2' is the very obvious standing line through the big sockets. Shake n Bake flake is the sit start flake on the left.

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The layback/ offwidth on the boulder on the trackside to sprocket area, 4 m away from SAB

Problem on boulder opposite shake n bake flake.

FA: Dan, 2007

Start as for Shake & Bake 'Flake' but head straight up and over.

FA: dan, 2008

On the left of the sprocket boulder. Sit start on the left of the obvious flake, traverse right to gain the prow and top out on the rigth side.

FA: Dan, 2007

Sit Start on the good low edge about 2m right of shake and bake

'Flake'. Climb straight up through the scoopy section to the right hand hole on top. Top out

FA: Dan, 2000

Sit start about 1.5m rigth of 'Holey Moley' (below the bubbley rock) on some good low side pull/underclings. climb up and left to top out to the rigth of Holey moley

FA: Dan, 2007

Standing start in the middle of heavilly pocketed wall. Climb directly up through the sockets.

FA: Dan, 2007

Climb the right hand arete from the low sit start to a big move at the top.

FA: Daniel, 2000

Around the corner from Mr Spacley is an obvoius slopy lip above a vertical break. Undercling the break to gain the lip and mantle.

FA: Daniel, 2000

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