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Hand crack with a tricky, well protected crux as you pull the bulge. You will need to think about that move!

Bouldery start, hand crack then, chimney then offwidth. Easy at the top.

15ft right of the large Oak tree, left of Grahams Crack. Climb the hand crack up to the ledge, then up the thin fingers crack to a stance. Easy climbing as you arch right then back left on jugs to the anchors.

Long, fun, easy climbing up the dihedral. Then incredibly steep, juggy and well protected climbing at the top... with exposure... you won't believe your on a 5.7.

It says three pitches, but its really only practical to do 2. Easily linked.


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