3 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The major line on this section of crag gives very sustained and quite strenuous climbing. Pitch 3 is not often climbed and a little run-out. If you have a 60m rope, running the first two pitches together makes a great route. 1) 6b+. The pockets are good but good foot friction is lacking. 2) 6b+. The thin cracks above are steep and sustained. 3) 6b+. Difficult moves up the overhanging wall to the left of the stance with some run-out climbing on slightly friable rock. © Rockfax

Hidden 20/Nov AltLd O/S
alice fuller 20/Nov AltLd O/S

i found the start easy...as second:).P3 hard..Pete can pull on overhangs! Lovely place

Chriswallis2 04/Apr/12 Lead O/S
with Jim MEC
Hidden 04/Apr/12 Lead
Hidden 23/Dec/11 Lead O/S
stuart34 27/Apr/11 AltLd dog

P 2. Fell off first move on first pitch... skin - DONE!

with mike thomas
Hidden 23/Jan/11 Lead O/S
hellboundblr 04/Oct/10 2nd dog

2 rests. In one pitch.

with Tony Madden
Hidden 24/Apr/09 Lead O/S
Hidden 20/Feb/09 Lead O/S
feilx 04/Jan/09 Lead O/S
with Andy L
guyblackwood 15/May/07 Lead dog

Ok, so i got pumped- but my excuse is I'm not used to 35m steep routes, and i'm sticking to it :) Really fun climbing

with Ricardo
Gus 07/Apr/07 Lead O/S
dannyboy83 06/Jan/07 Lead O/S
Carl Smethurst 08/Oct/06 TR

Pitch 1 only

with Ian Pickles
Morgan Woods ?/Mar/06 TR O/S

only first pitch.

with James Clarke
DavidEvans 29/Dec/03 Lead O/S
with Ginger Rob, Oliver Forrest
DubyaJamesDubya 11/Apr/03 Lead O/S
with Adrian Casey
Dave Musgrove ?/Oct/01 Lead O/S

Pitches 1 & 2

with Nigel Baker
Hidden 03/Apr/99 2nd
Hidden ?/Dec/96 Lead O/S
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b+
Mid 6b+
Low 6b+
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
Votes cast 7
Votes cast 6
Style of ascent
Alt Leads
Not Set