45m. A long and worthwhile expedition. Start up Rob's Crack; then traverse rightwards just above the lip of the overlap all the way to the concretions near the right-hand end of the slab. Make a few moves up the concretions; then use a right-slanting diagonal crack to reach a wide crack in the end of the slab. Climb this easily to the top.

Steve Findlay, Pete Shepard 2006

markfromstoke 25/Jun/14 2nd
with Adrian, Ian
ian d f 25/Jun/14 Lead O/S

a nice long sustained route that's quite well protected

with Mark
riddle 15/Jul/12 Lead O/S
mikeyjbs 15/Jul/12 2nd
with Roger Hamilton-Smith
bpmclimb 13/Aug/11 Lead β

The idea is to stay just above the lip of the overlap all the way across, although I got a little higher here and there in order to take advantage of gear and holds in horizontal cracks. The original line traversed all the way to a crack in the extreme right-hand end of the slab. However, the lowest part of this crack is very loose, and it's safer to stop the traverse a little earlier, go up a line of concretions a short way; then use a thin diagonal crack to move right to the more solid part of the crack system.

with Helen S
Hidden 13/Aug/11 2nd β
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