18m. On the main slab 1-2 metres right of the corner with the subsidiary slab. Climb the slab easily until it steepens and climb the thin cracks to the top. Good protection and climbing. Traditionally the route continues up the grass slopes, but an alternative is to step left at the top of the crack where the good rock ends onto the top of the pillar/slab and use the stake of Cough Width Slab

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack, Culm - When the tide's in..

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Jelly Mould Surfer 26/Apr Lead rpt

Stepped left at the top to avoid the terrible top out and gain the stake of Coughwidth slab

Hidden 04/Oct/14 Lead O/S
Mark Kemball 24/Sep/14 Lead

Finished up, rightwards, more like HVS 5a

Stu Bradbury
Dilwat 11/Jul/14 2nd O/S

Good climb but the direct finish is more like 5a or harder than 4c. Mind you its overgrown and greasy which contributed.

whiteexplorer 11/Jul/14 2nd O/S
Dave Piper, Dilwat
Jelly Mould Surfer 08/Jun/14 Lead O/S

A climb of two halves. Climb up the slab and the crack are really good..however the last move is way harder than 4c and gets you into dodgy loose territory - best step left onto the top of the pillar at the top of the groove and rig something there or use a long rigging rope - definately vs 4c then and well worth doing

Tom Last 31/Aug/11 2nd

Nice route, as they all are here.

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