10m. Basically a harder version of The Harvestman, featuring a large run-out from good gear. A speedy belayer will provide extra peace-of-mind for the bold finish. About Fr. 7b. Start beneath the obvoius protruding peg in the half-height break.

1) Climb calcite (handy thread runner to make the "running belayer" more effective!) to a small roof. Pull through this to gain a shelf/break above then make a couple of moves left to the peg. Good wires and small Friend. Now make a funny move up to get stood on the good hold just to the left of the peg. Climb direct above, on hard to see holds, until a move right gains a steep slab (with good fall potential). Finish above this on better holds (common with The Harvestman).

Nick White

ferdia 28/Aug Lead RP

didn't plan on climbing today but weather lovely, so ended up borrowing kit to have a go. no excuses not to do it once i saw the topout was dry. ended up cracking on with it pretty quick as alice needed her cams back... and it was getting dark! made sure to enjoy the positions on the arete and below the top moves but went like clockwork. this route deserves more ascents.... the climbing at the top is stunning.

with Dan
ferdia 04/Aug TR

cut the grass back from the top to keep the top holds clean and make the rockover slightly less inyerface

with Burton, Andy
ferdia 29/Jul TR

really absorbing climbing on the upper slab. never desperate but god knows what that runout would feel like on lead

with Andy
Hidden 24/Nov/11 TR RP
Jack_F 11/Jul/11 Lead RP

My God that run out is big!!!

with Max hodges
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