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Steep, athletic and quite sustained. A superb opening sequence leads to a move right to a vague rest. From here climb through steep and ever more blank terrain to the crux (which has two distinct methods), then up through the blocks to an anchor above. This route was bolted by Peter Allison using someone else’s bolts, it was then dogged by the masses and climbed without permission by James Field-Mitchell. Rumour has it that another climber reached the anchor before James, also without permission.
The Coriolis Effect
James Field-Mitchell, 2011