1) 5+, 26m. Follow black marks up the wall and through the overhangs to ledges. Avoiding the Blue Route is tricky.
2) 5+, 30m. Up the wall trending right then through the overhangs via parallel cracks and one stiff pull. Abseil off or:
3) 3, 32m. Easy ground follows threads and the black spots to the steep final wall.
4) 5+ 28m. The wall set high above everything is steep! There is an easier alternative to the left (about 3+) following many threads to the top.
Descent - Abseil back down the route or traverse the crest and make a 40m abseil down the line of Lofi (page 119 ). © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Route finding was very hard. So many routes close together. Not sure exactly what we did. Led First and second pitch. Second pitch was a good workout pulling over the bulge.
|Gareth T||05/Apr||AltLd O/S|
Led p2. Finished with last pitch of Cilber (led)
led p1 &3 then did cilber to finish off toix ridge
Hannah Campbell, Greg Harley
|A Mountain Journey||??/2014||-|
Just did 1st pitch
Reece Venn, Peter Briggs
Not sure where the bolts for the last pitch were. In fact the bolting on most of the route was a little adventurous
Odd mixture of gear. Couldn't find the top pitch. Lead up an interesting steep crack and groove on trad gear to finish. 68m pitch to top belay at large flat ledge On topo
|Rosie Hutchins||08/Oct/12||2nd O/S||
Got a bit lost, but only a bit
P1 & P2
1st pitch only. Very nice pitch it was too.
First two pitches
|CrashMat Rob||19/Oct/08||Lead O/S|
The crux bulge on pitch 1 was hard for 5+ (small layaways, poor footholds for about 10 feet). Good bolts though.
|Neil R||27/Feb/08||Lead O/S|
Pitch 1 was hard for 5+ and runout, esp above the tree.. would hurt to fall. Pitch 3 seemed to carry on for 35m ish, following threads, then stopped below a chossy looking crack, not the 5+ pitch. We walked left to a large cairn and went up 2 excellent and easy pitches, following threads to the top.
1st 2 pitches only.
Ines led P1, I led P2