61m, 2 pitches.
The obvious rightwards-rising traverse line across the face. Rarely climbed, but exciting to start and in a good setting. Inspected in autumn 2015, ok to climb. The 1995 guide book description remains adequate, although an in-situ thread is now present on P2, as a replacement for a historic peg at the ‘crystalline pockets’. The start feels a bit daunting as gear is sparse, a small cam can be placed (the start can be worked solo (DWS) if the tide is high). The belay at the end of P1 is straightforward; cams and a large wire in a good crack. At the end of P2, belay on a small tree up the grassy slope.
Brian Wilkinson, Andy Gallagher 07/Apr/1979