16m. Start just right of Balcony Buttress and climb the thin slabs right of the previous route. Under the roof place gear, take a deep breath and lauch through the overhang and suprisingly good holds.

Chris Craggs, Graham Parkes 1996

kermit_uk 02/Oct 2nd O/S
Hidden 11/Sep Lead
cragsman9000 14/Jul Lead O/S
with Neil
Nick1812P 09/May Solo O/S
Hidden 03/May Lead
joe hallam 24/Apr 2nd
with andrew senior
john max 04/Oct/15 Lead
jshields 04/Apr/15 Lead
DannyH001 04/Apr/15 2nd
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Hidden 09/Nov/14 Lead β
Paul Hy 06/May/14 Lead O/S
with Andy S
andy.smythe 06/May/14 2nd
Graeme Hammond 01/Apr/14 Lead O/S

good climbing particularly through the roof but a bit squeezed in lower down

the power 28/Mar/14 Lead rpt
stevelismore 29/Dec/13 2nd O/S

Trended left at finish onto Balcony Buttress.

with James L
Hidden 29/Dec/13 Lead
dannyboy83 07/Nov/13 Solo O/S
with Jonny P
the power 14/Sep/13 Lead O/S
with deacon
Jim Slater 14/Sep/13 Solo O/S
dannyevos 16/Aug/12 2nd O/S

Top out overhang is awesome

with Rick Clapham
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Hidden 23/Jul/12 Lead
will9911 23/May/12 Lead O/S
Jeromecooper 18/Mar/12 -
buxtoncoffeelover 23/Sep/11 Lead
RM199 ??/2011 Lead O/S
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JDDD 26/Apr/09 Lead

Not as good as its left hand neighbour, but definatly worth an outing.

mike bridges 30/Aug/08 Lead O/S
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