Pyramid Pinnacle



Access issues inherited from Castle Hill

No access issues

Ethic inherited from Castle Hill

Be careful of loose rock and of people walking on the trails below the climbs.



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Climb the face and avoid the arete. Be careful clipping the fourth bolt.

Starts 5m R of TEOR, around the next side of the pinnacle. Clip the 1st FH and climb onto the face before heading L around the arete and up the vertical face, avoiding any of the large cheat stones for your feet (FH). Up, clipping the 3rd FH off a LH mono before reaching for the arete. Continue up the arete (2 FHs) before traversing (crux) around the bulge clipping the tricky 5th FH. Now up the overhanging wall on jugs to the chains.

FA: Nathan Bolton, 1999

Same as Heiroglyphics but move a little further R up arete.

R of MFB on the seaward facing side of the pinnacle. Climb the gently overhanging finger crunching face past 2 FHs (crux). Trend L clipping the third FH from where the climb eases slightly, then move up the easy slab (2 FHs) to chains.

FA: Bradley Mann, 1999

Good first lead or warm up. On the slabby side of the pinnacle facing Vision. Start 1m R of the arete, up the delicate slab and over the roof to chains. 4FHs

FA: Simon Thorogood, 1999

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