1) 6c, 2) 6a+, 3) 6c+, 4) 5, 5) 5. Opened ground-up in 1979, this fantastic route is hardly showing its age other than sporting a few more bolts than it had back then! Pitch 1 is a hard warm-up on pure grey stone demanding confident footwork. Pitch 2 runs it out a bit on awesome rock and Pitch 3 is fingery with plenty of bolts. An easy, but atmospheric finish past ancient junipers leads to the top. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Graham Baxter||18/May/14||2nd O/S||
All fell on the first 6c pitch. Harder than the 6c+ higher up.
Roger Kirke, Benjamin Corbey
Sarp, Ben Corby
Lead crux, first pitch hard in the sun. ran top pitches together. Best belay spot yet, straddled 1000 year old juniper tree with vultures nest.