Double the Fun 4a
20m. Immediately left of Amuse Bouche is a narrow gulley. Ascend the left side of it's slim right rib to the terrace; then climb the left side of the headwall above, with the crux at the top. Abseil station.
G A Jenkins, Y Jones 23/Oct/2009
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Hidden - Lead O/S - 17/May/14

Actually not bad. Started up the first step of Amuse Bouche then moved left so as to stay away from the mud and moss. Nice climbing after the terrace.
wilsers - Lead O/S - 05/May/14 with Jon Fawell, Sarah Gay, Sophie Rolls, Stu Bardsley

Blackgoby - Lead O/S - 22/Jul/13 with Standby, Kris, Tracey

SamStokes - Lead O/S - 16/Jul/13 with Emily Stokes

Hidden - Lead O/S - 30/Jun/13

I did but starting in Amuse Bouche.
BoHeMlo - Lead dog - 30/Jun/13

Hidden - Lead O/S - 2013

marsden.d.paul - Lead O/S - 11/Nov/12 with Jamie

youbecame - 2nd O/S - 11/Nov/12

jaimer - Lead β - 09/Jun/12 with Mikael Collin

Variation I think? Started right of the glass gully, bridged up the corner of the slab onto the muddy ledge, then climbed the wall above direct.
Neil Tucker - Lead - 16/Oct/11 with Robert Bronsdon, Richard Reynolds

Hidden - Lead O/S - 07/Aug/11

Hidden - Lead O/S - 31/Jul/11

Not sure if I did this, as there now seems to be two routes from the top of the gully. I took the right hand route, which felt harder than 4!
Fatclimber - Lead O/S - 31/Jul/11 with London Meet up Group

Paul Robertson - Lead O/S - 22/Aug/10 with Rick Sewards

Large block fell from top near belay and half cut through rope! Luckily it missed Ed!
leigh - Lead O/S - 15/Aug/10 with Ed

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