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Find the northernmost boulder of Legoland, just downhill from the main path.

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Just below the passage leading into the atrium is a ledge leading onto a large block with two bolted slabs

In the middle of the low angle slab (back side of the 'Information' block) scramble up to the wide ledge at the start from the left to belay and start the routes here. Up the slab past 1 bolt to a trad belay. Scramble down

Set by Duncan Brown, Nov 2016

FFA: Duncan Brown, Nov 2016

On the far right side of the lows angle slab (back side of the 'Information' block) scramble up to the wide ledge at the start from the left to belay and start the routes here. Up the slab past 2 bolts to a trad belay. Scramble down

Set by Duncan Brown, Nov 2016

FFA: Duncan Brown, Nov 2016

The chimney between the slab block and the back of poachers forms a nice start to Skyline

The large block below this is Poachers, and contains several harder lines

On the uphill side of the northernmost boulder is an enjoyable brushed wall with a high bolt.

FA: Mike Peck, Peter Fisk & John Carlson, 1984

Up the face and through the overlap past four bolts.

FA: Stephen Waring, 4 Nov 2012

Lean across from the boulder to clip the first bolt. Step onto the arete. Follow the bolt ladder, levitating past the fifth bolt.

FA: Oliver Story, 4 Nov 2012

Steeper than your average face. The well protected, friable wall with four bolts on the downhill side of the boulder. Often started at a cairn a few metres left of the bolts. Trad or sling belay, then rap from the Poacher's Pantry rings.

FA: Mike Law-Smith & Simon Carter, 1986

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