Rockfax Description
Start as for Boogie Wonderland and, at the base of the large groove, move right past a rock-scarred area and follow the tricky blank groove to finish. This is the second line of bolts to the right of the large groove. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The first free climb hereabouts but radically altered due to the demise of a very large flake.
Climb the vague groove and move right to the 3rd bolt - below a rock scar (or start up Sunday Best). Climb up through this and step up to the blank shallow groove on the right. A difficult move gains the white, scarred scoop and eventually a junction with Smart/Get Smarter just below the lower-off.

FA. Dave Knighton, Dave Cronshaw 1980. Bolted in 2004.

nickmoulden 06/Jul/14 Lead O/S
with zoe bidula
Danny Crump 06/May/14 Lead
with Rob
Hidden 30/Jun/13 Lead rpt
Andy Chambers 07/Jun/13 Lead O/S
with Dave McNally
tmawer 28/Apr/12 Lead dog

One fall on crux, then down to ledge and clean next go.

with Jaime Robertson, andrea
Hidden 28/Apr/12 Lead dog
Hidden 31/Mar/12 Lead dog
lojant 28/Aug/11 Lead dnf
with Pawel Gregorczyk
Bob 04/Sep/10 2nd

One stupidly hard move if you follow the description in the Yorkshire Limestone guide - F6b

with S. Harry
rockrat 13/Jul/10 Lead β

The guidebook gives it hard F6b.

with Nick Hepburn
Hidden 03/Jul/10 Lead O/S
andy gittins ??/2010 -
Hidden 20/Sep/09 Lead
Hidden 02/Jun/06 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove 02/Jun/06 Lead rpt
mattnuttall 18/Aug/05 Lead O/S
with Alan Holden
Hidden 04/Apr/05 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Jun/04 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove ?/Oct/03 Lead O/S

The removal of a huge flake (now the gearing up block on the path below) radically altered the finish.

with Nigel Baker
Hidden ??/2003 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/1991 Lead O/S
High 6b+
Mid 6b+
Low 6b+
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
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Style of ascent
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Flashed (β)
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