FA of 'Ultraviolent Junglist'. Photo credit: Pete Graham
FA of ‘Ultraviolent Junglist’. Photo credit: Pete Graham
Narcissus 1st go. Photo: Rob Greenwood
Narcissus flash. Photo credit: Rob Greenwood
The bottom and the main difficulties of 'The hoar of Babylon.' The 'organ pipes' pitch at the bottom, followed by 'the fin' to the right of the large block, and above that the chimney pitch.
The bottom and the main difficulties of ‘The hoar of Babylon.’ The ‘organ pipes’ pitch at the bottom, followed by ‘the fin’ to the right of the large block, and above that the chimney pitch.
FA of 'Ultraviolet exorcism'. Phot credit: Pete Graham
FA of ‘Ultraviolet exorcism’. Photo credit: Pete Graham
London Wall. Photo credit: Mark Rankine
London Wall. Photo credit: Mark Rankine
Seconding brilliant ice on the FA of 'The Hoar of Babylon'
Seconding brilliant ice on the FA of ‘The Hoar of Babylon’. Photo credit: Pete Graham

 

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    1. We thought it was VI,6/7, two great pitches, near the left side of great end. Obvious chimney to the left of a a steep wall followed by a shallow groove and ice smear. It’s next to an established classic can’t remember which one

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