45m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A fantastic route which, if climbed in one long long pitch, will be a sure test for any stamina lord. This is not just because of the nature of the climbing, but the rope drag and the weight of your excessive amount of quickdraws will be teaming up with gravity to pull you off. Therefore it is best done in two pitches. 1) 6c, 15m. Follow good pockets up the wall to a step right around the bulging arete. Continue directly up the arete via a hidden pocket to the anchors and belay ledge. 2) 6c, 30m. A brilliant pitch climbing the crack line above the belay which feels very long and incredibly sustained and doesn't ease until you've clipped into the final anchors. Locally this pitch is called Aqui ve el dilema and graded 7a+. © Rockfax

alice_loudon 26/Mar/14 Lead dog
Hidden 03/Mar/12 Lead O/S
hellboundblr 09/Oct/10 TR dog

1 rest. P1 only.

Simon Holden (LCandCC) 09/Oct/10 TR
with Nick Bennet
Hidden 09/Oct/10 TR
Morgan Woods 11/Nov/06 Lead dog

trying for the 7a+ tick but needed quite a few rests....not really the kind of thing i felt like going back to RP.....rope drag not too bad towards the end.

with John P
Carl Smethurst 23/Apr/03 TR

Pitch 1 only

with Ian Pickles
Rich Kirby ?/Apr/01 Lead O/S
shark 08/Sep/96 Lead O/S
Mike Owen 17/Aug/93 -
with Elaine Owen
High 6c+
Mid 6c+
Low 6c+
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b+
Mid 6b+
Low 6b+
Votes cast 2
Votes cast 2
Style of ascent
Not Set
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