9m.

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


ClimberDateStyle
Alkis 02/May/15 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/15 2nd O/S

Easily felt 5b when wet and I can still see it being 5a when dry, the vegetation at the top 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
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