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Access issues inherited from The Shady Side

Most climbs are equipped with their own DBB, which is the preferred method of descent to avoid raining terror down on to the tourist track. If scrambling around, please take extra care to avoid kicking down loose rock and other debris.

Climbing straight off the Tourist Track should be looked at as a privilege and not a right. Access could very easily be taken away. Please be good custodians for our sport by leaving enough space for walkers when belaying, and if bouldering - have a spotter manage your mats &/or keep them well off the main path. Preferably brush your holds of chalk once finished to maintain natural aesthetics, and for other climbers who follow.

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Wide crack on far L of main face.

FA: K. Hewitt, R. McMahon & N. Smith, 1980

The eye catching steep finger crack splitting the middle of the buttress. A gorge classic.

FA: Simon Parsons

FA: S. Parsons, 1981

Climb the start of Double Dozen (Classic 22 trad route) to the ledge up slopy crimps in the corner.

The two thin cracks. DBB at the top.

Face 5m to the right of NRT

FA: Glenn Learmont, 1997

The arete right of It’s in the Veins

From the R (downstream) side of the main buttress, head uphill via a fixed rope to reach the base of this climb. DBB

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