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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
{FR} 6c Stuart’s Line

Left Variant finish to Where has Stu Go e

Sport 18m
{FR} 6c+ Where has Stu Gone

Angled holds and steep terrain with a mighty finish. High first bolt.

Sport 18m
E4 6a Mutiny Crack

Overhanging crack

Sport 18m
{FR} 7b Wrecking Ball

Right leaning steep crack, then crossing Attrition, continue rightward through steep rock.

Sport 18m
E5 6a Attrition

Left leaning crack line.

Trad 18m
FR:7a+ Marine Layer

A diagonal traverse of the steep back wall following an obvious line of weakness. Pumpy.

FA: Rob Lamey, 25 May 2013

Sport 75m
{FR} 7b+ One Ton Depot

Start as for Marine Layer then right bolt line.

Sport 18m
{FR} 8a Vennerne

Named after the nearby shipwreck at castaway cave.

Sport 20m
{FR} 8a+ Air Show

Sustained overhanging line with reachy moves.

Sport 20m
{FR} 8b+ Helvetia

Named after the shipwreck on the main beach.

Sport 20m
{FR} 8a Delta Dagger

Steep with good holds.

Sport 20m
{FR} 8a+ Cannonade

Lower crux with use of knees, then easier grove before the upper crux.

Sport 9m
{FR} 8b Archilles Wrath

Steep steep steep, the name gives an indication of the many heel hooks.

Sport 9m
{FR} 7a+ King George verses the Suffragets

Difficult start, wobbly jug and then move right up Grey ramp.

Sport 8m
{FR} 6c Par 3
Sport 15m
{FR} 6a+ First Handout

FA: R. Thomas & J. Bullock, Oct 2013

Sport 15m

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