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Summary

Very sheltered and sunny aspect with climbing on mainly vertical quarried walls. Most routes start from ledge above deep pool. Takes no seepage so year-round climbing possible. Some reasonable bouldering on short walls at entrance, though a little sandy.

Approach

Access from the village of Ley from the west end along a forest path.

Ethic

Mostly artificial routes, face climbing on pockets and thin crimps.

Routes

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On the boulder wall at the very left, traverse from: The obvious low jug at the far left following the line of crimps below the roof jugs, traverse through crimps on long powerful lock-off's to reach a slopey undercling with the right hand. Make a difficult move to a poor crimp, then back up into a line of crimps to join the jugs above the slopey ledge traverse. No roof jugs or big ledge for feet allowed. Eliminate, but surprisingly good, powerful climbing. Sneaky heel-hook beta makes all the difference.

FA: Kris Devlin, 10 Aug 2012

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