Rockfax Description
Just above the path, a groove leads to a roof, then the ledge on the left is accessed awkwardly. Continue up the short wall. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Start up the short corner and squirm through to a ledge on the left and sit and think about how to stand up. If you succeed, use the obvious jug to gain the next ledge, crux. Grassy steps remain.

Alkis 02/May Lead O/S

The crux move felt much harder than 4c. The wet holds may not have helped. The grass shelves are currently covered in unpleasant spiky things.

Quarryboy 02/May 2nd O/S

Easily felt 5b when wet and I can still see it being 5a when dry, the vegetation at the tom made us look quote Alkis "retarded" went to the pub afterwards for a pint but it was obvious the rain was not going to go so casually made it back to Nottingham for a dank 12 hour sleep

jshields 21/Aug/13 Lead

This route has a couple of really good moves, but needs more traffic, as the top is very overgrown.

with Pete Scott, Tony Fidler, Ed James
TonyF 21/Aug/13 2nd
Hidden 10/Apr/11 Lead
disturbed_one51 30/May/10 2nd
with Wee man
Jonathan Hall 30/May/10 Lead
Roget 22/Nov/98 Solo O/S
charlesmfrench 24/Aug/92 Lead O/S
NickJH ?/Apr/91 2nd O/S
with N Hancock
Hidden 10/Aug/86 Solo
High HVS
High VS
Mid VS
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High HS
Mid HS
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Votes cast 3
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
High 4c
Mid 4c
Low 4c
High 4b
Mid 4b
Low 4b
Votes cast 3
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Style of ascent
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