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The first and easiest line on the wall, but no pushover. Start just right of some very poor rock at the far left end of the crag. Move up the initially technical wall to an easing. Continue slightly leftwards to a lower-off well below the top of the crag. Info taken from the Rockfax 'West Country Climbs' topo

FA: F Haden, GA Jenkin, E Heslam & S Cook, 1995

A pleasing pitch as long as the correct line is taken. Start at a steep 3m flake-crack. Take the stiff layback crack to a rest. Move left and pick a way up the wall which reveals some surprising holds. Info taken from the Rockfax 'West Country Climbs' topo

FA: F Haden, I Parnell & J Hunt, 1993

FA: 1992

An entertaining and spectacular pitch. Start 6m right of the large block, as for El Chocco. The right-hand line of bolts above the difficult start of El Chocco points the way up steep ground on good holds to a powerful finish rightwards, through the capping roof. Info taken from the RockFax 'West Country Climbs' topo

Set by Martin Crocker & Matt Ward

FA: 1987


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