120m, 4 pitches. Route is described in SMC publication "Skye Rock & Ice Climbs"
Given the lack of protection and the fact that most people will do the route in big boots, I would go along with Mike Late's grading of V Diff.

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Captain Solo 15/Jul Solo

Definitely V Diff due to its slabby nature. Not ashamed to admit I had my rock shoes on!

dpovey 09/Jun Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2015 -
John HW 18/Aug/14 -

Then on to the summit via the spur.

abbeywall 26/May/14 AltLd

In big boots. Very glad I didn't lead the 3rd pitch especially after a heavy shower of rain. Found it hard to get off the ground!

Nath93 ?/Jun/13 AltLd O/S

Harder than anticipated, quite run out on a few sections and "adequate" gear as the guidebook mentions. We felt it was towards the top end of VD (VS Leader). Only gets a grade of Diff in the scrambling guidebook which is pretty funny really. Not a route for a VD leader.

Hidden 28/May/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 24/May/13 2nd O/S
cpforbes ?/May/13 AltLd O/S
jacobfinn 29/Apr/12 Lead O/S

Hard to find route based on the guidebooks. However, once on it, fantastic climb. Rated V Diff in new Skye Guide - if not v hard for a diff. Lovely, scary and committing long 3rd pitch.

Hidden 29/Apr/12 2nd O/S
jjax 29/Apr/12 2nd β
Hidden 21/Apr/12 AltLd
Hidden 21/May/10 -
Hidden 01/May/10 AltLd
colinthrelfall ??/2010 -
djdavies 03/Jul/09 2nd
biggianthead 14/May/09 -
Hidden 06/Jun/08 2nd O/S
Iain Thow 20/Aug/00 Solo
Paul-Michael 15/Jun/00 AltLd O/S
Paul Nurse
Jacob Ram 28/Apr/99 Lead O/S
anthony aylett
biggianthead 28/Apr/84 -
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