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Lammer Wall

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About Lammer Wall:

The right hand wall has mant routes at all levels and a nice veiw of the feilds below. the routes can be very polished ad the descent is hairy for the nervous. The Routes are listed from left to right along the crag and there is (will be as soon as i draw it) a diagram for the crag. the Grade is given in the title because some of these routes can be misleading if given in the yds system (anyway the brit system is better <:P )> A word of advice; the British system (basically) tells you about the quality of the pro on the route. A route with a high adjective (the letters like (VS E2 etc) grade and a low technical grade (the number) are scary mostly due to the reason that they are hard to protect. Whereas other routes that have low adjective grades and high technical grades are not as scary mainly because they are easier to protect. If in doubt see /resources/training/grade2.html There is also a star rating given which tells you about the quality of the route and has nothing to do with the pro. Three star routes are better than no star routes however that is not to say that the no star routes are not worth climbing. Please note that there may be errors in this crag as recent fires and other events have damaged the rock. i do not know the condtion of the belays and pro and im am not sure if anything has changed since i last climbed there. i will try and keep this up to date however the information may contain errors. if you have climbed here recently and you know about the condtions then please edit this accordingly
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Rock Type: Volcanic
Type of Climbing: Trad
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