42m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The impressive roof at the right end of the cave is more reasonable than it appears from a distance. Well-protected but strenuous with generally good holds linked by great moves.
1) 6b, 21m. Somehow gain jugs on the lip and follow these into a thrutchy crack leading to a hanging stance. No big cigar?
2) 6b, 21m. The crack above the stance has one very hard move and excellent protection throughout. © Rockfax

FA. Steve Bancroft, John Allen 1976. Free climbed over two days.

Ticklists: Extreme Rock, The High Tor Top Ten, Peak Rock/13/The Limestone Revolution.


ClimberDateStyle
Nickc 30/Jul Lead G/U

Proper old school thuggery

with Simon lee
dominic lee 25/Apr/15 2nd
with Sam Hamer
rocksol ??/2015 -
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ?/Oct/13 AltLd

Ground-up. I got the pumpy first pitch, fantastic sporty climbing through the unlikely roof - not your average High Tor trad climb!

with Dan McManus
Toby Dunn ??/2007 -
Dave Bond 04/May/06 Lead β

1st pitch

timbanton ?/May/06 -
Boy ??/2006 -

Led and seconded both pitches over two ascents

Glenn Sutcliffe ??/1995 -
with keefe
keefe ??/1995 -
Steve Walker ??/1992 Lead
with stuart muir
Hidden ??/1990 -
keefe ??/1990 -
Hidden 02/Aug/89 Lead β
ukb shark 23/Sep/87 AltLd

Had a go previous evening and slipped off and got rope burn then a couple of unsuccessful goes at the roof. Cam back next day and flashed the main pitch. Felt like throwing up when got to the belay from the effort. Too knackered to do the second pitch.

with Seb Grieve
Paul Clarke ??/1980 AltLd
with FMC
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