Fresh Arete** E7 6b
The steep arete line between Time Out and Scut de Scun ai yields a good compression sequence on sidepulls and undercuts. Top out directly over the small capping roof. Originally done with side runners in Time Out.
Steve Ramsden (with siderunners 31/07/10), Dave Warburton (without siderunners) 21/Aug/2010

Ticklists: North York Moors E5s, Moors Routes Of E6 And Above.

This climb is in 5 logbooks, and on 3 wishlists.

quick go on shunt to remember the moves, still a nice bit of climbing. Good fun to solo but prob best enjoyed as an onsight/flash/ground up with the logical side runners. not sure if it's worth E7 without them though the landing's grim so it might be.
Ram MkiV - Solo RP - 02/Apr/11

Low runners at the ledge used to try and create a running belay system... It probably wouldn't work, but it would stop you going quite as far as you would, down the boulder hillside. Bold 6b, pretty darn hard to Onsight but maybe ok to flash, reckon E7- but i'm soft and dislike sandbagging. F7a+.
Dave Warburton - Lead RP - 21/Aug/10 with Franco Cookson

Hidden - TR - 08/Aug/10

Second go with side runners, which goes at E5. sweet and excellent.
Dave Warburton - Lead G/U - 08/Aug/10 with Franco Cookson

with siderunners. Nice bit of climbing. Would be a good and safeish flash proposition now clean. Hard to onsight as crux went via a pretty unobvious (for me at least) solution.
Ram MkiV - Lead RP - 31/Jul/10 with oaks

Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
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