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Boot Buttress

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Boot Buttress 

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Submitted By: Euan Cameron on Aug 5, 2009
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This small buttress is situated at left of center at the Stanage Popular area. It is shorter than most of the other buttresses in the area, but Good Friday is a climb well worth seeking out.

Getting There 

Walk up from the Hook's Parking area, and keep walking along the edge until you reach this area after about 10 minutes.

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Zigzag Flake-crack 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c PG13  Europe : United Kingdom : ... : Boot Buttress
Tricky, tenuous, but interesting climbing up a giant, left-facing flake forming an OW against main wall. Protection is marginal without huge cams (> #4 Camelot), so can be a bit spooky, especially since crux section is down low.Climb the flake up and right to gain a vertical wall on the left with ledgey breaks, good grit slopers, and better gear. Crux comes in middle of flake after a good resting stance....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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By Rob Davies UK
From: Cheshire, UK
Oct 19, 2010

First time I've seen this area called "Boot Buttress" - if you call it "Inverted V Area" it would be understood.