12m. The route climbs a small arete/slab which protrudes from the rear of a small bay prior to the stack. The arete can be identified as it has a waterfall located behind it. The route has its name from a rather smelly dolphin washed up a few feet away..
the route follows the overhang up and around the slab moving leftwards after the overhang ends.
The route ends abruptly as does the rock. Descent was via a see-saw absiel from a 'Mud Mushroom' and Nut key hammered into a crack with large hex!!! (would not trust the in situ gear!)
James Hoskin and Pete Sanderson 20/Jul/2005