Rockfax Description
The right-hand crack system is excellent when it is dry.
Climb the sustained crack up to a bolt which protects a hard move to the finish. Lower-off from paired bolts. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Sustained crack climbing with a bolt to protect the final moves and a bolted lower-off. E3 5c

O-R Wiik 1990

Pippa 05/Aug Lead O/S

Our last climb in Lofoten, pulled out of the bag after a late finish on Presten and just before the rain set in again. Amazing line we had been looking at the whole holiday. Had not felt fit enough at the start and then went up a couple of times but the crack was wet. It was wet today but we just went for it. Definitely one of my favourite climbs. The lower part felt the hardest moving from the laybacks out left using a sloper. The steeper crack above was easier than it looks. The top wall was the technical crux getting onto the little ledge. The move above is easier than it looks. Really good

ad111 ?/Jul/14 Lead O/S
Hidden 11/Aug/09 Lead
centurion05 11/Aug/09 2nd
with patch
Dr Caterpillar 10/Aug/09 Lead dog

soft touch, more like E2 5c I think, not pumpy enough for E3 5c (lots of OK rests), didn't commit properly, should have as the fall was safe

dan gibson 24/Jun/09 Lead O/S
with helen gibson
tuukka 12/Jun/09 Lead O/S
with Juha
Henrik 07/Jun/09 TR O/S
with Thomas
Fultonius 05/Jun/09 Lead O/S

Brilliant route.

andyinglis 05/Jun/09 Lead β

Flashed after belaying Ally.

High n7
Mid n7
Low n7
High n7-
Mid n7-
Low n7-
High n6+
Mid n6+
Low n6+
Votes cast 2
Votes cast 2
Style of ascent
Flashed (β)
Not Set