22m.

Rockfax Description
22m. The long groove in the angle of the bay is strenuous and sustained, even if you use the iron bar to start. Climb the wide left-hand crack then the right-hand one. At its top swing left with difficulty and escape up overgrown ledges. © Rockfax

FA. Joe Brown 1951


ClimberDateStyle
jorge1983 ?/Jun/12 Lead O/S
Johnny B Diggerman 21/Aug/11 TR O/S

Solo shunt climb, this is a difficult and grubby climb made worse by the loose rock from the collapse of Soapflake. The finish is overgrown and spoils what could be a good climb.

with Solo
Just Another Dave ??/2011 Lead O/S
with Lance Turtle
adi bryant 14/Nov/10 Lead O/S
with Paul A
Leo Woodhead 13/Aug/09 Lead O/S

Midges, midges everywhere! Great spot and nice route but midges galore, got bitten to death!

with Steve Wolstencroft
Steve Wolstencroft 13/Aug/09 2nd dnf
with Leo
dk247 02/May/09 Lead O/S
with Drew
Stig 16/Sep/03 Lead O/S
with Charlie Reade-Jahn
Mark Kemball 25/May/82 Solo
with Bill McKee
charlesmfrench 13/Sep/81 2nd O/S
Nigel Coe 12/Sep/81 -
with Steve Portnoi
Hidden 19/Sep/77 Lead O/S
Hidden 17/Sep/77 2nd
Al Evans ?/May/76 Lead
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