Rockfax Description
The first of the mega-pumpy lines on this wall has good gear and good holds although care is required with the rock.
Climb to and over a roof at the low fault-line and then follow an obvious crack-line marking the left edge of the face to a final steep pull around an overhang at the top. Finish by pulling up the abseil rope. © Rockfax

FA. George Hounsome, Scott Titt 10.5.80 10/May/1980

Ticklists: Littlejohn South West Climbs.

Hidden 30/Nov/14 Lead O/S
AlexD 31/May/14 2nd
with Ed
Ed Babs 31/May/14 Lead O/S

Mega. Really worth doing. Even on a low swell day and fairly low tide, the step across to the start from the boulders was tricky. Instead, we started up lean machine and traversed the low break to a belay in the cave.

with AlexD
Tom Livingstone 16/May/14 Lead O/S
Alex Mason 11/Jul/12 Lead O/S

Raging sea. Dan traversed in along the juggy break and belayed beneath the small roof.

with Dan Gibson
Tim M ??/2011 2nd
dan gibson 13/Sep/10 2nd
with rob gibson
Bern 30/May/09 2nd rpt
Bern 21/Mar/09 2nd O/S
Hidden 21/Mar/09 Lead O/S
Hidden 21/Mar/09 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2009 -
tonanf ?/Jul/07 2nd
with Pep
Rob Kennard ??/2007 -
simon kimber ?/Sep/03 Lead dog
with Paul Burren
Marti999 ??/2001 2nd
with Dave pickford
steve taylor ?/Oct/91 Lead dog
with Jim Waddington
steve taylor ??/1990 Lead
Nigel Coe 14/Jun/87 Lead dog
with Tim Dunsby
Nigel Coe 13/Jul/86 2nd
with Brian Wyvill
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