102m, 6 pitches. Not a route to be done in the wet, a combination of grassy ledges and greasy green rock makes for a less than fun experience! Start about 20m to the left of the far right wall, 5m right of the smooth face of air on a bowstring, up the obvious diagonal groove. Meander up the right side of the buttress, past several grassy ledges to a corner ledge with a good stance. Continue up the gully wall in a similar vein to a slightly balancey traverse across to a smaller butress (crux). From here climb to the top of the butress, and escape off down either side of the butress, or over the back to join up with one of the approach routes.

Ticklists: Lakeland's Best Multi-pitch Routes up to HVS.

1-2-3-40 07/May Lead G/U

Rather a lot of grass, but a fantastic route after a dry spell. Goes all over the place had to keep reading the guide to see where to go a very good discription, an adventure.

RKirke 01/Aug/15 AltLd O/S

Really wet and grassy, definitely some type 2 fun.

Jake Young 01/Aug/15 AltLd O/S

Wet and green with a decent amount of grass pulling.

with Roger K
Hidden 06/Sep/14 -
joe hallam 05/Jun/13 Lead O/S

had difficulty finding our way. a couple of brilliant sections though. just as much grass as rock it would seem.

Chelsey Robinson 05/Jun/13 2nd O/S

Logbook description is not easy to follow. Some pitches were fun, however others seemed to have more grass than rock!

jon59 11/Aug/12 Lead
Little B 28/Sep/11 Lead O/S
with Jane
Adi Hooper 30/Jun/10 AltLd

Moving together. Big boots.

with Roger Ward
Raggar 20/Jun/10 AltLd
with Ian M, Jon B
Hidden ??/2010 -
Hidden 13/Apr/07 2nd
jamie ward 10/May/05 AltLd O/S
with Dan Calvery
babymoac 01/Oct/89 Lead
with Linda G & Chris C
Hidden ??/1975 Lead
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