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All these routes are between 20 and 25 metres long with lower of rings at the top. They have all been cleaned but have only had a couple of ascents, so due care must be taken.

 

1 - Etera - HVS 5a - The left hand line on this section of the crag. Climb easily up towards obvious cracks just right to the arete. Move up to the arete (one bolt runner) to lower off.

10/07/05 Dick Gerrish Tom Phillips

 

2 - Tarmaceve - VS 5a - After an awkward start trend left and up easy cracks to lower off

12/07/03 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish

 

3 - Tarmacadam - E1 5b **- Starts as for route two but continues direct up excellent cracks

12/07/03 Dick Gerrish Tom Phillips

 

4 - Alistar Verycross - HVS 5a - Takes the next weakness, trending right then up cracks to reach the superb hanging corner.

10/07/05 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish

 

5 - Tar very much - E2 5c **- Climb the slabs before making a hard move past a bolt runner. Following the relentless finger cracks to the top!

05/09/04 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish

6 - Tartar - E1 5b** - Tackles the obvious hanging flake and leaves the crux until last

7/12/04 Tom Phillips Julian Coleman

7 - Tom- VS 4c * - Classic corner crack

7/12/04 Tom Phillips Julian Coleman

8 - Dick- VS 4c - After a poor start move right and enjoy a steep hidden crack line to lower off.

19/12/04 Dick Gerrish Tom Phillips

9 - Where's Harry- HVS 4c *** - Trend right on hidden holds before moving back right to the obvious steep crack. Superb!

11/09/04 Dick Gerrish Tom Phillips

10 - Tarrific - E2 5c * - Start up the blocky corner before swing out left (bolt runner) and making hard moves to reach the upper crack. (originally climbed without bolt)

13/11/04 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish

11 - Midwintar - E1 5b ** - Climb the crack just right before moving back left (avoiding hanginmg death blocks!) past two bolt runners and a crux in a fine position on the headwall

19/12/04 Tom Phillips SG (bolt runners)

12 - Tarete - 6b *- Tackle the lower crack and broken ledges (care) before exposed moves on the upper arete, gripping!

16/01/05 Dick Gerrish, Tom Phillips, Sharron Gerrish, Ian Cole

13 - Nuttar - 6c *** - (bolt runners) The obvious crack (care) to a ledge and then very thin moves up the seemingly blank headwall. Face climbing at it's best.

10/07/05 Dick Gerrish Tom Phillips

14 - Camrat - E1 5b *** - Start up the wide crack to the top of the large pedestal. head up to the superb finishing cracks. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!

05/09/04 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish

15 - Target (zero)- HVS 5a * - Just right of the large corner is a fierce finger crack. Climb this direct (grade allows for use of bridging)

10/07/05 Tom Phillips Dick Gerrish