40m. Superb sustained climbing - high in the grade. Starting at mid-height in the centre of the wall is a groove line running right to left. Start up the wall below this to enter the groove and follow it leftwards to the top.

Brian Davison & Andy Cunningham 17/May/1989

Ticklists: Ultimate Scottish Rock, Great Scottish E2s.


ClimberDateStyle
Euan Todd 22/Sep Lead dnf

Felt hard E2 through the crux bulge, where I went straight up and tried to go through the small roof, should have trended leftwards with the ramp. Pumped out and lowered off, absolutely goosed after 2 and a bit hours on the lead. Saved the G/U at least. Went back a few days later, and got rained off. Absolutely gutted. Awesome flowing climbing, would be hard E2/soft E3 to finish maybe. The situation is spectacular.

with Cj
Hidden 28/Jun Lead O/S
samwillo 22/Jun Lead
with Tour de Hebrides Crew, Marianne Lalli
jonleighton 29/May 2nd
Ramon Marin 29/May Lead O/S
with Jon Leighton
Brian Pollock 19/Aug/15 Lead O/S

Really enjoyed this. Total contrast to its 4 star neighbour. E3 in the new guide and felt fair at that grade although certainly not hard E3 as I got up it.

with Martin
Uisdean hawthorn 28/Jul/15 2nd O/S
soph 14/Jun/15 2nd O/S

Second after a marvellous lead by niek!

switch 29/May/14 2nd
with Tom B
Hidden ??/2014 -
Hidden 07/Jun/13 Lead
Hidden ??/2013 -
Hidden 26/Sep/12 Lead
Hidden ??/2012 -
Chad123 08/Jul/10 AltLd O/S

Good lead by Em on some greasy rock with sustained difficulties....

with Emily
jess 21/May/10 Lead O/S

was wet and climbed it in rain, it was nails!!

with martin
Greg Boswell ??/2010 Lead O/S
ali_robb ?/Jul/06 Lead O/S
Steve Crowe 08/Jul/03 Lead O/S
with KM
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