30m. Right again, another obvious ice pitch forms just left of the broad snow gully at the right hand end of the crag. An ice step, followed by an icy groove on the left to finish over a chandelier. A worthwhile pitch. See http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=140762 for line.

wynniemandela 07/Feb 2nd O/S
with Rich Jones
Dale ?/Feb Lead O/S

A brilliant varied winter route. A brilliant ending to a perfect day. The grade one starting gully was interesting lots of very powdery snow. Spin drifts made it more exciting goggles time. We looked at the right hand route at grade 4 but decided we need more practice. So unknowing to us we found some very good thick ice on the right which must have been this route. I set off up the ice going well at first but wasn't really using my feet properly. Got a good ice screw in did one more move and my feet popped which left me dangling on my ice axes. I was glad to get to the top of the ice. My heart and my head going at 100 miles an hour. Brilliant fun.

with dave
bullybones 24/Feb/13 -

Did something around here after traversing up and R from CDRHB first pitch.

Webster 01/Dec/12 Lead O/S

i may have climbed this, or i may have done a new line at about the same grade. the location matches but the description doesnt.

Webster 01/Dec/12 Lead O/S

Rope soloed most of the route, grabbed some gear out of my bag mid pitch to protect the crux.

solfreak 18/Dec/11 Solo dnf

Took the right branch (snow) near the top instead of original line through the rocks.

Will Smith 14/Mar/10 Solo O/S
with Rob
lithos 14/Mar/10 Solo

worthwhile little jaunt, 5m of broad fall followed by narrow runnel. (bit soft) then steep step to finish. I thought about III

NickJH ?/Jan/91 2nd O/S
with DWilliams, D Picker
High IV
Mid IV
Low IV
High III
Votes cast 4
Votes cast 4
Style of ascent
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