15m. A remorselessly strenuous route, perhaps the best here. A vertical crack line with a porthole near its base and finishing at a chain lies 3m left of the step. Climb the crack past twin peg runners and the overlap, with a move right and back left near the top. Graded for an onsight lead.

Andy Cunningham, Andy Nisbet 1985

Ticklists: Strathspey's Finest.

brig.v 22/Sep TR dnf
with Mike
Hidden 05/Sep Lead RP
Barry Harper 01/Jun Lead G/U

Strenuous, Positive climbing that just keeps coming at you until the end. Pegs seem in good enough nik and good gear where you need it.

Hidden 18/Apr Lead RP
jack morris 94 ??/2016 -
Adam Lincoln 27/Sep/14 Lead O/S
calummc87 20/Sep/13 TR
remi_mcm ?/Sep/13 TR
Hidden ?/Jun/13 Lead
peter.clarkson1 21/May/13 TR O/S
with ian chad
Hidden ?/Oct/12 TR dog
Hidden 16/Apr/12 Lead dog
Hidden 15/Mar/12 -
Hidden 25/Feb/12 TR
Andy Moles ??/2011 TR

Surprised to see any vote for E3 or 5b, the gear is adequate but fiddly to place well, and the crux feels hard 5c with your arms softened up.

with shunt
tallthinmonkey 11/Jul/10 TR O/S
with Rob Leuhman, Josh Plant, Rafa
Hidden 16/Apr/10 TR dog
tallthinmonkey ?/May/09 TR O/S
with Rafa
Hidden ??/2006 Lead
pingora 12/Jul/92 2nd O/S
with C Forrest
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