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Description

Biggest wall with the longest routes

Access issues inherited from Frog Pond

MUST contact the landowners before entering the farm to obtain permission. Ring Ben and Bex Stubbs on 07 8787426. The property is a commercial farm and as such has hazards associated with such a property. Access is at own risk.

Ethic inherited from Frog Pond

Remember you are on private land. So no dogs, camping or disturbing farm animals. Make sure you take all your rubbish with you and leave the place as you found it. Leave all gates as you found them.

Routes

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Starts under obvious nose. Head left to horizontal break. Head right then finish up the face.

FA: Josh Taylor, John Newby & Lester Moore, 1999

Start as for SA but upon reaching the arete keep traversing right to the corner then up to the roof. Head right along handcrack onto exposed arete. Good pro but watch rope drag.

FA: John Newby & Kieran McKay, 1999

Start under the nose, stay right and head through the roof. Then head back laft through an easy mantle onto the slab. Finish as for SA (shares last bolt and anchor).

FA: Daniel Krippner, 16 Jul 2014

Start left of BB and head through roofs.

FA: Chris Hailey, 9 Feb 2020

Follow the crack to a horizontal break. Up to a huge jug and fun finish.

Pumpy climbing to a boulder crux.

Originally trad and started from the left. The more direct bolted start is a little harder. Climb through the crack system to a large groove. Awesome finish in exposed position.

FA: John Newby & Josh Taylor, 1999

Start up cracks. Nice climbing on underclings up to flake. Big move up to crux holds. Exciting finish in exposed position.

Powerful start (crux) leads to a nice finish under tiny roof.

On the far right of the main wall. The name rings true as does the nature of some of the moves.

FA: John Newby, 2001

A nice chimney.

FA: Kelly Chiusano, 2002

Amazing sustained climbing on awesome rock. Sloper edges lead to a technical crux. Veer left to finish.

FA: John Newby, 2002

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