33m.

Rockfax Description
Outrageous, exposed climbing. The original line dived in from the cave on the right; but the variation start from the left is also very good. Climb out across the left wall of the cave, using a rising crack, to reach a thread runner. Continue via a break, to reach the arete - and a rest on the left. Then climb the long, slender grooveline above, to a tricky exit.
Variation, E5 6a - Traverse in from the Stuntsman ledges, and traverse the lower break to reach the left side of the arete. Climb the left side of the arete to join the parent route. © Rockfax

Ticklists: The Best of Pembroke.


ClimberDateStyle
Duncan Campbell 06/Apr/15 2nd

Brilliant. Wild. Hard.

malx ?/Apr/15 Lead O/S

Fantastic

Hidden 05/May/12 2nd
jacobjacob 05/May/12 Lead dog

Took a 12m whipper from the crux, swinging around the arete! I thought this was hard, there's not much gear and its difficult to work out exactly where the line goes.

thomasadixon 17/Aug/11 Lead RP

Second go, annoyingly broke a hold on the easy bit at the top. Very un-pembroke, good technical slab climbing on the left of the arete.

with Mike
mwatson ??/2011 -
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