1) 4+, 30m. Start between bushes and climb a brown scoop, then bear right up the edge of the cave to a neat stance in a hollow. A bit polished but a nice, long pitch.
2) 5+, 10m. Climb steeply rightwards, then finish more easily. There is also a left-hand finish which is much easier, 3+. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
With John Makin. First day of a week long trip - A perfect crag to warm up on before some bigger routes.
Easy 1st pitch only then lowered off.
Steve Chalk TSCC
I led long 4+ pitch, Dad finished in sandles. Descent a little steep but good scramble.
|Stuart Macfarlane||25/Mar/12||AltLd rpt||
Jeanie led 1st pitch, I led 2nd pitch.
|Stuart Macfarlane||18/Mar/12||AltLd O/S||
I led 1st pitch, Jeanie led 2nd pitch.
|Fiona Reid||30/Oct/11||AltLd dog||
Led pitch 2. Clipped bolt 3, hand started to slide off hold and used q-draw to steady. Annoyed as there's a large jug 1ft away...ho hum.
Andrew Funnell, Anna N
Hard start(clip stick was very useful) but eases into a lovely climb thereafter.
lead second pitch
|martin one||12/Oct/10||Lead O/S||
Lead first pitch
1st pitch only(F4+)
Fran and Jonno
led 2nd pitch
|Mr Tickle||01/Oct/08||Lead O/S||
Hard route finding after first pitch
|Simon Caldwell||13/Apr/08||2nd O/S||
In 2 pitches, Carmen led both
Led 1st pitch
|John Brayshaw||01/Mar/06||AltLd O/S|
|Howard J||26/Feb/02||AltLd O/S||