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FA: John Fisher, 1995

Offwidth to the left of Sitting Bull. Good laybacking on sharp edges.

FA: Robert McMahon, Richard Schmidt, Simon Cubit & Jed Butler, 1973

The thin crack with face holds left of the overhanging offwidth. Nice moves on good holds (about 22) lead to a ridiculously thin boulder problem finish and DBB.

FA: 2009

The obvious overhanging offwidth located immediately above the first 'pitch' of Skidrow.

FA: McMahon & Wells, 1989

FA: Robert McMahon

Follow the natural weakness (good wires) until it blanks out, then step right and climb the layback rail above via two bolts.

Start as for Deathrow.

Traverse right to gain first bolt on the face right of Deathrow. Up face past 3 bolts to join Deathrow at the first of its bolts. Finish as for Deathrow.

Start at seam/flake right of Deathrow.

Up to 2nd line of bolts on the face right of Deathrow. Up, trending left to rejoin Deathrow at the first of its bolts.

Start as for Hung, Drawn and Quartered.

Up as for HDaQ but continue more directly up following line of bolts.

Starts off the ledge beside Dagenham Smile/Beezelbub. Climb the face past a ring bolt, then trend left into the flake crack above. It would probably be wise to stick clip the bolt.

FA: Tierney & Bisset, 1997

Bridge your way up the thin pillar on the right hand side of the ledge until its possible to traverse left into the ripper finger crack splitting the top of the buttress.

FA: Bob McMahon, 1996

The broken crack leading up to the grassy ledge above. Ok climbing, but you'd only do it to access the nice routes starting from the ledge.


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