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adb
10:25:43 Fri
Jan 18 2013

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Re: st ives

From the pic it looks to be about a 12m crag ?

Looks a tad high for bouldering ?

  
uber_mc_fluff
02:12:28 Sat
Oct 8 2016

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hey guys,

still havent been able to climb since about 2009, but the climbs listed in this thread are all still there. ive recently been doing some work around the area and ive found another really genuinely special cliff band that needs some development.

the cliff in question is about 30m across and has a small roof about 3 ft off the ground then a sloping vertical cliff that rises to about 10m at the highest point. past a certain point the cliff is covered in plants, so topping out is a must. theres a diverse range of climbs, from some crimpy looking things to big slopers. theres even a small roof traverse thats very close to the ground that im sure someone would be keen to try.

heres a map of where it is, enjoy.


  
uber_mc_fluff
02:14:16 Sat
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sorry, heres the map.

  

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