64m, 3 pitches. P1 has no technical grade but is very bold. End P1 belay is adequate (May 2015) - sling on fallen block and peg. P2 hard section takes some micros and a tiny friend, reduces the reliance on the old peg. P2 and P3 can be run into one enjoyable longer pitch. P2 Needs a few ascents a year to keep the key holds clean...

Pat Littlejohn, Brian Housley 25/Jul/1967

Jordon Fleming 11/May/11 AltLd O/S
minexplorer 11/May/11 AltLd

led propper finish this time dodgy hanging blocks on top pitch perfectly solid...suprisingly for a LQP climb

with jordan
MJAS82 17/Apr/11 2nd
MissMuddypenny 17/Apr/11 2nd
pielander 28/Mar/11 2nd

a lot of loose rock on this climb nearly got hit by a large rock which dislodged on the first pitch

with rad
minexplorer 28/Mar/11 Lead

hmmm what can i say a definate adventure to lead.1st pitch 80ft 1 nut at 20ft nothing else til a sling draped over a small projection at 70ft.literally carved out a cam placement on 2nd pitch the 3 pegs are ok tho which is about all else trustable.rock above 2nd belay looked too unstable (big rock sheered off first pitch when touched)so climbed off to right.wld do again tho for some reason and risk propper finish.was exciting

Hidden 25/Sep/10 AltLd
twright180 25/Sep/10 AltLd O/S
Hidden 06/Jun/09 Lead dnf
timreynolds 20/Jul/03 AltLd
ecowaller ??/2000 Lead O/S
with bunny, Paula, Wendy Sampson, Andy Reid
colin milton 27/May/96 AltLd

straight forward except for top pitch which had 'removable' holds

with eric milton
Hidden ??/1979 Lead
Simon cook ?/Sep/76 Lead
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