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

eddbeale 11/Jul TR O/S
Hidden 25/Jun Lead
Hidden 25/Jun Lead rpt
Hidden 23/May Lead
Circus 28/Apr Lead O/S
with Josh
kieranbowen 17/May/14 Lead O/S
with Jonny, Ruth
wilsers 05/May/14 Lead O/S

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.

with Jon Fawell, Sarah Gay, Sophie Rolls, Stu Bardsley
Bristol Stu 05/May/14 2nd
with wilsers
Blackgoby 22/Jul/13 Lead O/S
with Standby, Kris, Tracey
SamStokes 16/Jul/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 30/Jun/13 Lead O/S
BoHeMlo 30/Jun/13 Lead dog

I did but starting in Amuse Bouche.

Hidden ??/2013 Lead O/S
marsden.d.paul 11/Nov/12 Lead O/S
with Jamie
youbecame 11/Nov/12 2nd O/S
jaimer 09/Jun/12 Lead β
Neil Tucker 16/Oct/11 Lead

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.

with Robert Bronsdon, Richard Reynolds
Hidden 07/Aug/11 Lead O/S
Hidden 31/Jul/11 Lead O/S
Fatclimber 31/Jul/11 Lead O/S

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!

with London Meet up Group
Paul Robertson 22/Aug/10 Lead O/S
leigh 15/Aug/10 Lead O/S

Large block fell from top near belay and half cut through rope! Luckily it missed Ed!

with Ed
High 4c
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