20m. To the left of Standing on the Shoulders of Moles is a large arched overlap. Left of this again is a small blocky rib. Climb the rib past scrappy ledges and move up to a hollow flake (bomber wire in a hidden crack up right). Climb the steep slab, trending right, to reach a sapling in a corner on the left side of an overhang. Swing right onto another slab, climb this trending left to the terrace and a sapling belay. Abseil (carefully) or scramble to the top (Diff).

M Davies (onsight), J Moyle 06/Jun/2011

Hidden 19/Jul 2nd
crater 19/Jul Lead O/S

bomber wire in hidden slot??, some loose rock, more like VS

with steve
Mayaculpa 18/Jul 2nd
with Michael H
Hidden 18/Jul Lead O/S
BusyLizzie 04/Jul 2nd

Most of the holds seem to come off in your hands.

with Jonny
lazzaw 26/Jun/13 Lead O/S

Loose stuff abounds especially at the belay. Easy and fairly uninspiring climbing apart from a couple of moves - not sure it merits the traffic to clean it up. The bomber nut slot is quite a way off to the right but takes a bigish nut nicely.

with Jonathan Cook
Nix33 ??/2013 -
bpmclimb 09/Aug/11 Lead O/S

We thought this HS 4b. The bomber wire in the hidden crack turned out to be a Rock 1 in a small vertical slot to the right not much higher than the flake (unless we both missed something). This meant a bold section to reach the next gear in the deep horizontal crack.

with Clare
James Moyle 06/Jun/11 2nd
Urgles 06/Jun/11 Lead O/S

Severe 4a

with James Moyle
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