22m. The appealing but ferocious thin crack up the right side of the blunt arÍte is given grades varying form E2 to a solid E4 6a. Consensus from the 6 voters here would suggest E3 would be fair but beware;) Abseil down the corner just right to a hanging belay on good cams just above high tide. Move left under the roof to good holds just above it. From these a sustained crux on poor slots and nicks up the crack with sparse protection eventually leads to some respite and a steadier finish.

Tim Rankin 10/Sep/2003

Ticklists: Ultimate Scottish Rock.

Andy Moles 24/Jun 2nd

Another vote for E4, and it wasn't especially greasy. Harder than Nuckelavee.

with Ferdia
ferdia 24/Jun Lead O/S

solid e4. great tenuous climbing.

with Andy
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 31/May Lead O/S

Got on this thinking it was E2 5b, it wasn't... It was also quite greasy (read: wet), hence having an even tougher time than I probably should have; however, it felt pretty desperate and also pretty serious. Micro-cams were essential, as was a willingness not to let go lest you fall into the sea...

penny.orr 31/May 2nd
tomdude 06/May/12 TR


with adrian macleod
High E5
Mid E5
Low E5
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
High E3
Mid E3
Low E3
High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
Votes cast 4
High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
Votes cast 4
Votes cast 4