Rockfax Description
A steep start and slightly bold pull gains a position under the nose. Powering over this is a contrived 5+, or move round to the left which feels more logical. Continue up the blocky arete above. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Very enjoyable climbing at 5b+ weaving side to side on the arete. A slightly awkward passage around the obvious nose and higher up there a few blocks not above suspicion.

Andy Say 28/Jan Solo G/U
Hidden 29/Oct/14 Lead
abbeywall 30/Sep/13 Lead
kleinej 27/Sep/13 Lead O/S
with Fiona
rd20 27/Sep/13 Lead O/S
with Sonya
Mark Bull 13/Sep/13 Lead O/S

Moved left under the first roof which makes it 5 at most. Good holds and great positions.

with Gillian
asmith37 11/Sep/13 Lead O/S
Fiona McFarlane ?/Sep/13 Lead O/S
with Jason kleine, Hok
georgenvk 12/Aug/13 Lead O/S
eldre070 15/Apr/13 Lead O/S

Really good route. Getting under the nose is fun then it's a steepish jugfest. Great value.

with Alan
Hidden 02/Apr/13 Lead
Simon Caldwell 14/Oct/12 Lead O/S

5b+ in the guide but more like 5a+. Too many bolts, in some places you could reach 3 without moving!

with Carmen
Hidden 14/Oct/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 04/Sep/12 TR
Chris Craggs 07/May/12 Lead

Nice positions. Nose direct would be tough.

with Colin Binks
Laramadness 01/Nov/11 Lead O/S
with Stephane
JonS 14/Jan/11 Lead β
DeborahS 14/Jan/11 TR β
hazeysunshine 28/Sep/10 2nd
with Dave
Thinker01 09/Aug/10 Lead O/S

Done in the rain in an effort to rescue the rope

High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
High 4c
Mid 4c
Low 4c
High 4b
Mid 4b
Low 4b
Votes cast 9
Votes cast 8
Style of ascent
Flashed (β)
Ground Up
Not Set