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  • The left arete from sit start.
  • The smaller left arete from the 2 obvious jugs. Make technical moves to sloping crimps then top out.
  • Straight up the wall to left of the left tree on good holds. A hard move off the ground with bad footholds.
  • A homage to the classic ramp line at Stanage. Standing start, follow the ramp on good holds then make delicate moves left on crimps to a good finishing jug.
  • The right arete is a lovely layback problem on grippy rock to the enormous finishing jug. Difficulty may depend on your height.
  • A direct start to Not To Be Taken Away. Starting on crimps, pull up to the jug just below the ramp and exit via the ramp.
  • Start just to the right of the tree, where it says '20'. Using some small pinches climb the wall straight up to the finish of Not To Be Taken Away. Possibly easier if you're tall. Good footwork essential.
  • Starting at Jamie's Arete, traverse right on good holds to a crux sequence to reach NTBTA Direct. Mantel onto the ramp and make long moves on small crimps (second crux) to exit up behind the furthest right tree. Possible to carry on all the way to the finish of Johnny's Arete, slightly harder.
  • Start on NTBTA Direct. Mantel onto the ramp and make hard crimpy moves to the right to finish up behind the farthest right tree.
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  • It's in the name. Mantel onto the sloping break. Then trust your feet and just stand up to the sloping top.
  • Climb the sinuous thin cracks in the slab. It feels a bit airy but only because the pad is hard to keep in place.
  • The smaller left arete from the 2 obvious jugs. Make technical moves to sloping crimps then top out.
  • The left arete from sit start.
  • Straight up the wall to left of the left tree on good holds. A hard move off the ground with bad footholds.
  • Start just to the right of the tree, where it says '20'. Using some small pinches climb the wall straight up to the finish of Not To Be Taken Away. Possibly easier if you're tall. Good footwork essential.
  • A direct start to Not To Be Taken Away. Starting on crimps, pull up to the jug just below the ramp and exit via the ramp.
  • Starting in the back of the cave, traverse left using the crack in the roof and then swing up onto the hanging slab. The final mantel requires delicate footwork and a bit of boldness!
  • Starting at Jamie's Arete, traverse right on good holds to a crux sequence to reach NTBTA Direct. Mantel onto the ramp and make long moves on small crimps (second crux) to exit up behind the furthest right tree. Possible to carry on all the way to the finish of Johnny's Arete, slightly harder.
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  • Sit start on the narrow wall between the tree to the left and the big block forming a corner to the right. Climb the wall without using the block. To top out you can step on the top of the block. Height dependent.
  • Starting in the back of the cave, traverse left using the crack in the roof and then swing up onto the hanging slab. The final mantel requires delicate footwork and a bit of boldness!