325m. A long climb on the right edge of Atlantic Slab.

jimorothy 29/Oct Solo

After sustained very heavy rain, but it dries quickly and it went fine. Very pleasant and quite easy, definitely not a Dif.

with Rachel Crolla
Hidden 10/Sep Solo
Hidden 17/May Lead
Hidden 13/May Solo
crater 13/May Solo O/S
with steve
JonnySchofield 15/Mar Solo
TGreen 06/Aug/14 AltLd O/S

Glad of the rope in the wet, nice rock features worth a visit.

with Martin G
Ben Hollands 26/Jul/14 Lead O/S

Moved together in boots. Some lovely rock and very quiet.

with Dan the man, Wendy Anderson
the rec 19/Apr/14 Lead O/S
Hidden 28/Aug/13 Solo
JasonV 29/Sep/12 -

Nice climbing - did it rock shoes but ok in big boots

with Tim
useful 29/Sep/12 2nd O/S

Straightforward, very little protection needed. Quick drying as the early morning clouds lifted.

with Dave Prime, Scott Eccles
D Berry 02/Jun/12 Solo O/S

A plesant escape from the crowds, depsite all the damn midges.

Binder 05/May/12 AltLd O/S

Training for Denali! We'd planned to do Left Edge but couldn't find it without a guidebook. Moved together in boots - a lovely climb, nice exposure, beautiful position, and it wasn't raining!

with Tom S, Adam H
Hidden 23/Aug/11 Lead O/S
lost.arrow 23/Jan/11 Solo
with Stu Sherwood
Nicholas Livesey 17/Oct/09 Solo

A wonderful solo

with Peter Lane
iskra2000 17/Oct/09 -
with Clare Downie
size9hex ?/Sep/08 Lead O/S

Technically easy climbing in rock shoes (probably harder in boots), but very sparse gear. Perhaps better to solo if all party members are happy at the grade. One pitch involved untying, and then lengthening the 50m rope with slings to reach a belay. 60m rope would have been just enough.

with Lynn Wells
Hidden 05/Apr/05 Lead
Iain Thow 31/Jan/87 Solo
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