Yogic Flyer** E5 6a
30m. The steep wall crossed by Lotus. Start at the top of the ramp as for Lotus. 35m. Move up the corner to the first overhang. Traverse right to below a short crack and climb the steep wall to join Lotus at the end of its traverse across the wall. Move left 2m and climb the steep and exposed wall on 'pancake' holds to the top taking care with some loose rock on the finishing moves. © ROCKFAX
A hard won route with several crux moves and some crubbly rock to encounter. Start up Lotus to the first roof and swing right onto the wall, climb up and cross lotus where its crack slants right. Now climb the top head wall on pancake holds to a hard finish or cheaky step left onto a flake.
Dave Henderson & Martin Crocker 08/Apr/1995

Ticklists: West Country Climbs, Atlantic Coast Dagger Attack.

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E6 and not a soft touch at that. Very loose rock all the way. Poor gear all the way apart from a bomb shelter at half-height. The crux (6b and executed on small detached flakes) is protected almost solely by a sling on a creaking spike.
Alex Mason - Lead O/S - 24/Jul/14 with Jemma Powell

Hidden - 2nd O/S - 02/Sep/11

pulled various holds off, bit scary trusting the gear and holds most of which are stuck on blobs
dan gibson - Lead dog - 02/Sep/11 with michael porter

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