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A few long draws required, backjump or second to clean.

FA: lloyd wishart

The steep overhanging crack on the left side of the cave.

Start: left hand line in the big cave 30m right of 'The Mantle Machine'.

FA: Giles Bradbury, 1980

Hard powerful climbing on an 'industrial' medium.

Start: 2m right of 'Soap'.

Warning: Would be wary of climbing on the first three carrot bolts currently, all rusty and third is hanging out a long way

Another route from the industrial revolution.

Start: 1m right of 'Dingo'

Climb through steep terrain to finish at the anchors of Raisin' Hell.

Potential bad fall in to ledge around the 3rd bolt - don't blow it! belayers stay sharp! funky moves upside down and behind the head...

Start: 2m right of Raisin' Hell

As for Luv Handles, then step out across the void and continue 7m along the lip of the cave to finish at the lonely chain. Guaranteed to give you a whole body pump.

FA: Tim Mayer, 12 Oct 2014

From the anchors of luv handles, follow the rail to the centre of the roof (crux) to reach mushroom jug then joins up the best bits on Timmy time.

FA: Adrian & Tim Osborne, 3 Jul

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