80m, 3 pitches. No description has been contributed for this climb.

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ClimberDateStyle
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 28/May Lead O/S

Probably the best 2 star route I've ever done, may even be in my 'Top 5' E3s of all time. Great climbing interspersed with perfect ledges to belay on (and not a fulmar in sight!!). The abseil within the guide suggests 60m from pegs at the top of the crack/groove to the right of the wall, but at the time of writing these had pretty much gone. As such threads/slings were used around boulders a bit further back, in total requiring 100m static to rig + abseil on.

penny.orr 28/May 2nd

PURE GOLD! Hard first pitch, but the top two are lovely jaunts up big holds. Great route!

Ian Jones 13/Aug/15 Lead O/S

Sandy and tiring. Great abseil and colouration.

with Robert Durran (aka 'Big Bob')
Hidden 12/Aug/15 Lead dog
henwardian 09/Jun/13 AltLd O/S

Awesome situation and some great climbing, would be really incredible if the rock was a bit less sandy. Ignore the guide for the start of the second pitch, instead mantleshelf left onto a huge ledge then step back right onto the line without risking a factor 2 onto the belay. This way, first pitch is sustained E3 5c, pitch two and three more like E2 5b and E1/2 5b. Led pitch 2.

with Neil
Neil Adams 09/Jun/13 AltLd O/S

Really good route - definitely nudging three stars

with Henward
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Ramon Marin, Jonathan Rhoderick, Hidden, Jack Wallace, Hidden, Hidden
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