Essentially a direct version of Thin Wall Special. Climb Thin Wall to where the crack opens up then climb the shallow scoop above with slight protection to join the end of the first pitch of Little Brown Jug.

Brian H 20/Sep Lead rpt
with Martin Dunning
George.Rowland 27/Jun 2nd

Hard and thin with decent enough gear. Great steady lead from Bob especially as he led it by mistake and thought he'd done an HVS variation! finished up doorpost.

Bob Peters 27/Jun Lead O/S

Had no intention of doing the eliminate. Must have gone this way when I followed Gerry Taylor up it in 2007. Nice link with top 2 pitches of doorpost.

Hidden 08/Jun/14 Lead O/S
alice fuller 08/Jun/14 2nd
Brian H 08/Jun/14 2nd rpt

Pete led main pitch - we finished up top pitch of Thin Wall Special

gowla 08/Apr/14 2nd
with Max
Hidden 01/Mar/14 AltLd O/S
Hidden 03/Apr/13 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2012 Lead O/S
masa-alpin 30/Apr/11 Lead dog

I agree this route is E2 5b for most people. However, for the (very) shorties, this is E4 5c, as the last move in the hard section is a lot harder than any other moves, a definite 5c, for the shorts (whereas pointlessly easy for those with a normal reach) with a real decking potential. My 9-metres fall from there was miraculously stopped by a skyhook.

with Jo B, Doug S
drysori 24/Apr/10 Lead

Worth a star really.

Hidden ?/Apr/10 2nd dog
Hidden ??/2010 -
wojt ??/2006 Lead
Hidden 25/May/03 Lead O/S
andy_pemberton ??/2002 Lead

It's bold!

NickP ??/2000 -
Nigel Coe 29/May/98 Lead

Scary runout.

with Tim Dunsby
Andy Say 03/Jun/94 Lead O/S
Hidden 17/Aug/91 Lead
Hidden ?/Aug/90 Lead O/S
Dave Rumney ?/Jun/90 Lead
jcw ??/1986 -
with Simon Caterall
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