Rockfax Description
15m. The very steep left-hand arete of the 'End Cave', situated between Spartacus and Afternoon. A very powerful crux leads to the stalactites above. © Rockfax

FA. Neil Gresham 20/Sep/2003

dan gibson 17/Nov/14 Lead RP

Damn hard!

with julie carroll
jakk 16/Sep/14 Lead RP
GrahamGiles 15/Apr/14 Lead dog

Tried on 3 separate days totalling about 7 tries, got closest on the last day of the holiday but there was too much pressure! got to the crux clean then just couldn't latch the tufa jug, had a 5 second rest on the rope and took it to the top. No time for another attempt or we would have missed the ferry >.<

with pav low, Qisheng Xie
Qisheng Xie 24/Apr/13 Lead RP

Short bouldery crux combines powerful roof moves with technical slab moves.

marky 12/Apr/13 Lead RP

2nd go. Nasty and bouldery crux!

with Sharon
rxmac 04/Apr/13 Lead RP
benkelsey 01/Apr/13 Lead dnf

putting in the clips for Rem. Lacking in right footholds

Aaron.Clifford ?/Apr/13 Lead RP
Hidden 31/Mar/13 Lead dog
Hidden 07/Apr/12 Lead dog
jfreeman 21/Apr/11 Lead O/S
Robbie_Phillips ?/Nov/10 -
Greenman28 23/Sep/10 -
ksjs 02/Sep/08 Lead dog

a pretty stiff crux on this and its no pushover getting established above the bulge

ksjs 02/Sep/08 Lead RP

led with 3rd bolt pre-clipped (a difficult clip and risky if you fluff it). crimping on broccoli rock going through the bulge with a bit of sweat on your fingers felt tough. the local guide shows belay below the upper cave - it isnt, its out of view (as youre climbing) at LHS of upper cave.

Hidden ??/2007 -
High 7c
Mid 7c
Low 7c
High 7b+
Mid 7b+
Low 7b+
High 7b
Mid 7b
Low 7b
Votes cast 7
Votes cast 7
Style of ascent
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