30m. Takes the prominent overhang on the south facing wall looking into gully. Start under the roof and a black water streak. Climb directly up to the right hand edge of the block wedged under the overhang. Traverse left under the block and up into a niche (good rest), then move out right onto the face above the overhang and straight to the top. Some bolts at top will help with belay but caution - if you use them for abseil the rope may jam, instead walk off down scree-filled Póirse Gully.

Aidan Forde, Richard Stack 07/May/1995

Ticklists: Ireland 3 Star E1-E2.

davkeo 02/Oct Lead O/S

Wild! This was pretty memorable. Climbing was top class all the way but it was the wind that proved the real crux. Some of the climbing is side on so it was a battle against the wind not to barn door off certain sections. Great exposure on the route anyway but again the wind amplified this. Went up to the overhanging block and pulled out left on jams into the niche. Stepping back around onto the face from here felt very adventurous with the wind blasting me full on.

Martin Dunne 01/Sep Lead dog

Did some fairly wild campus-traversing around that overhanging block, coming around onto the upper face in that wind felt nuts too :)

with Joe H
Hidden 16/May/15 Lead
Paul Collins 16/May/15 2nd
Leman Lemanski 16/May/15 Lead O/S

This route has everything you expect from E2. Don't hesitate, go and climb it. It's awesome.

Dave Cussen ??/2015 -
richardcreagh ?/May/10 Lead O/S

Amazing! Great gear and rests before each crux section.

auld al ?/Apr/10 2nd dog

ist half followed by 2nd 1/2 of E1 to the left

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