30m, 2 pitches. A sustained and clean route, even if adjacent overhanging walls make it look unimpressive. Start at the base of the grassy ramp which separates the main crag from the overhanging triangular wall down and right of the main face.
p1. 5a climb the steep wall to a left slanting grassy ramp. Step right across this and climb the steep poceted wall, first rightwards, then leftwards to the left hand niche. pull through the top of this to belay ob a large ledge.
p2. 4c Climb the fine right-facing corner above the left end of the ledge.
D.Mc Gimpsey,E.Christison,A.Nisbet 24/Aug/2002
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Lead as one pitch. A fantastic route, would be a classic where it at Tremadog. Don't be fooled into thinking the route is slabby, this is an optical illusion created by the very overhanging walls on eitherside. gareth scott borthwick - Lead O/S - 26/Jun/10