Peak District Chee Dale Clwyd Limestone S.Wales Sandstone S.Wales Limestone The Gower Ban-Y-Gor

Long Wall Left-Hand

20. Lucky Finger (7b) * vague arete with sustained climbing and the crux at the top. Well worth seeking out.

21. Fatal Attraction (7a) ** initial bulge and crack/groove to overlap. Hard finish to ledge.

22. Some Things Change (7b+) * the bulge left again is harder. Immaculate, though short, wall leads to bulge on left.

23. Jungle Rock (7b) * another powerful bulge onto vague right-facing shallow groove.

24. Total Rock (7c) a long-standing project with desperate moves. Not marked on topo.

25. Rouge Total (7b) more desperate moves through the lower bulge.

26. Project (open)

27. Brothers in Arms (7b+) * the hanging scoop gain by the lower bulge. Suitable to a long-armed dwarf. Desperate.

28. Mouldwarp Wall (7c+) very thin (and dirty) holds on the wall immediately to the left. First BR missing.

29. Demystified (7b+) short intense pitch with very reach dependent bulge. Hard.

30. Kiss My Arcy (7b) ** first of a fine trio. Fingery all the way to the upper break.

31. Kiss Me Hardy (7a+) *** classic sustained fingery wall climbing just right of bush.

32. High Society (7a+) ** above bush. Similar to Kiss Me Hardy but with a good rest at half-height.

33. Black Rights (7b) * a subtle technical line on the wall to the left. Hard and blind.

34. Berried (6c) the right-hand of two to breach the upper roof. Intricate low down.

35. Orange Free State (6b+) * the left-hand line. Fine wall climbing to a jug-fest roof.

36. The Orange Order (6c) fills the gap between Orange Free State and the groove.

37. Banana Republic E3 5c the corner with a tricky entry and exit.

38. Columnus (7b+) the innocuous-looking hanging arete.

At the left-hand side of the face is a barell-shaped buttress with two sports routes on it: Nip it in the Bud (6b+) is the right-hand line and Buddie (6c) the left-hand.