200m, 5 pitches. P1 and P2 shared with Eastern Gully - after the ice section, move up the snow gully until level with an ice line on the right, which may be in two sections separated by easy snow. P3 takes this ice line and then follows the easier angled continuation gully, belay where the gully takes a sharp left turn. P4 and P5 follow the gully and then the path of least resistance once the gully runs out (possible ice according to the guide book, otherwise neve and turf). A choice of routes over easy ground leads to the summit.

emlynroberts 07/Feb AltLd

First pitch was dripping so we traversed into gully from the right. pitched up gully to start of Playschool, Nigel led the first pitch, then I did my first proper ice pitch found it scary but got up it.

with Nigel Milner
DubyaJamesDubya 07/Feb AltLd O/S

Did a bit of a hybrid version working in a hard icy corner where the difficulties should have eased. Paul thought it might have been the hardest pitch on the route.

with Paul Hennelly
stuaart 04/Feb/12 AltLd O/S

I have no idea whether we climbed this. Whatever we climbed, it was definitely hard for III.

with Mark, Neil Redgrave
Lenny 04/Dec/10 AltLd O/S
with Paul
climbing_wiggy 04/Dec/10 AltLd O/S

Great day out in mixed conditions

with Leon
jcurley 13/Mar/10 AltLd O/S
krusty23 06/Mar/10 AltLd

led snow plod parts!

with Chris H
Misha 28/Dec/09 AltLd O/S

Was in decent winter nick - often good turf, neve and ice (even got some screws in), though also some unconsolidated snow and poor turf. No ice after the ice line on P3. Led P1, 3 and 5.

with Ian W
Tim Sparrow ?/Feb/91 -

Really nice ice all the way.

with Tim Lewis
Hidden 17/Jan/87 AltLd
High IV
Mid IV
Low IV
High III
Votes cast 4
High 4
Mid 4
Low 4
High 3
Mid 3
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High 2
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Low 2
Votes cast 4
Votes cast 4
Style of ascent
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