20m. The wall and crack right of Treacle Slab.
Climb Treacle Slab to the bolt and small layaway hold, then gain a hold on the right and place protection in the crack. Climb up on small edges to a bolt, then more easily up the crack to a lower-off.

M Johnson, G Atkinson 20/Oct/1993


ClimberDateStyle
jwdickinson25 18/Jul TR dog

There are marks where footholds used to be! Latching the good hold from the rock up is tough. The rest of the route is fine. I'll be back!

with gav
gav 18/Jul TR dog

Bottom section (Treacle Slab) fine. Top section OK second go (after a rest). The crux is hard though. First time I got it with a high rockover. Second attempt couldn't get foot to stick.

petegunn 30/May/14 Lead

Big rock-up to gain the good hold, took several attempts before latching it.

with Davina
Hidden 30/May/14 2nd dog
BRoe 18/May/14 Lead G/U

Tried 2 years ago and broke a few holds when it felt a bit easier, happy to put it to rest.

with Millard, Ash, Chief, whitehouse_rhys
djmarko75 ?/Oct/93 Lead RP

First ascent way back in 93. I was only 18 at the time but was spending all my time climbing in the quarries. I was very flexible which made the stopper crux move a bit easier for me. Went back on the route a few years ago and a few holds/ footholds have snapped off. Still a good line though.

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