Spacey climbing on good holds up the centre of the most impressive section of the crag. Start at a belay on a sloping ledge on the slab below the steep central section of the wall.Move up the slab to its apex and climb the right-slanting corner for 8m to some big holds on the left. Traverse left for 5m to a short crack and good nut. Climb up the crack and the steep ground above, slightly leftwards, to the capping roof. Traverse right under the roof to a rounded arete and make a final awkward move over the roof to finish back at the gearing-up ledge. © Rockfax
Ticklists: West Country Climbs.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Alec was on a mission to climb every climb on the guidebook page and I was getting very tired. Probably didn't appreciate this climb as much as it deserved
|tom s g||23/Jul||Lead O/S||
A big route but easy climbing on massive jugs all the way.
|Wendy Watthews||27/May||Lead O/S||
Nice route easy for the grade but with a great situation, I had quite a bit of rope drag by the top so barely managed to belly flop on the ledge :)
All good holds. The only thing to watch is the rope drag. Sensible rope work and extending gets around that.
|Chris Reid||28/May/14||Lead O/S|
|Jack J Keogan||26/May/13||Lead O/S|
Care needed with rope management. Worth doing.