Not quite as good as its nearby cousins but still very worthwhile. Start as for Axis.Climb the hard initial wall of Axis and its corner-crack to the mid-height horizontal break. Traverse the break right for 5m and pull up into a crack just left of a larger corner and crack just to the right. Follow the crack to finish just left of a boulder hanging over the top of the crag. © Rockfax
Ticklists: West Country Climbs.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Really enjoyable climb, far better than axis in my opinion.
Solly Kemball Dorey
Headed up fourteen fathoms and then retreated to finish up this
|Dan Lane||20/Apr/14||Lead O/S||
Started to rain at the far end of the traverse!
|Jules Lane||20/Apr/14||2nd O/S||
Fun start and interesting climbing. Enjoyed the traverse, despite the 5 min rain shower that dampened all the holds just before I started!
|Master Chief||04/Apr/13||2nd O/S||
Mark, John Spear
Riggo, Master Chief
Really enjoyed this. Just be careful with your ropework.
|ian d f||28/Jun/12||2nd O/S||
Tom C, Pete C
Frances Bensley, Amber Thornton
An exercise in rope drag, not as good as Axis
Finshed up this after failing on 'Forteen fathoms"