10m.

Rockfax Description
From the left-hand end of the ledge, swing along the break and climb the arete on its right-hand side by difficult laybacking. © Rockfax

FA. John Allen 1988


ClimberDateStyle
Dave Musgrove Jnr 23/Apr Lead G/U

Like JulesV, I climbed the lower section to the right of the arete from the obvious side pull. Tried to attack the arete proper a few days ago and got..well, scuppered! I'd be interested to know if anyone's managed the burly barn-doory move from the jamming break straight into the arete.

with Jonny Morgan
morganator 23/Apr 2nd
Rich Kirby 27/Sep/14 Lead O/S
with Pauline & Andy, Helen
Andy Peak 1 13/Apr/14 Lead dnf

Cant deside weather to stay low and then rock up or rock up as soon as you can and foot trverse to the aret, hard:-)

paul mitchell ??/2012 -

Death on the Mavi Marmara .E4 6A/B.This is Stretcher Case but climbed on the left side of the arete.Paul Mitchell led,belayer Paul Rhodes.

Hidden ?/Dec/09 -
JulesV 28/Oct/09 Lead O/S

Anyone know where this is supposed to go? I didn't use the arete in the bottom half and just stood up in the break using a sloper to the right. The bmc guide description suggests that this is ok - getting onto the arete on the left just felt desperate/ too burly for me.

with toby dunn
Gus ??/2009 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2002 -
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