32m. Start 6m to the right of the Clansman at the foot of a slightly white streak coming down from a gap in the small overhang above. Climb to the gap in the overhang, pull through to the wall above. Continue up into left facing corner and up to belay.
Lowering off from top chain you may not make it back to the ground if your rope is slightly short of 60m. If it is then bring your belayer up and both abseil down to just above the overhang, where there is double bolts equipped with maillons to act as an intermediate belay/lower off point.

Gary Kinsey & Martin Hind 29/Mar/2012


ClimberDateStyle
GregC 02/Jul/15 Lead O/S
with Nikki
HighlandTrekkette 22/May/15 TR dnf
Steve Perry 19/May/15 Lead O/S

Couldn't see any real point in continuing past the first hang off.

with Scott G, Katie Long
brianrunner 06/Aug/14 AltLd
with steve wells
sheppy 08/Sep/13 Lead O/S

Bizarre, bolts really close at start then miles apart on head wall. Some consistency would be good.

Callum_Johnson 29/Aug/13 Lead O/S

A bit of a boring plod on the upper part.

with Dayni_
brianrunner 18/Jun/13 AltLd

lower off just above overlap. we couldn't see any bolts continuing above the lower off, so maybe 15m length as we found it.

with steve wells
IceBun ??/2013 Lead O/S
with Simon D
tradmonkey 19/Sep/12 Lead O/S
with nicky
Hidden 06/Jul/12 Lead
Captain Solo 16/May/12 Lead
with Barry
GaryK 29/Mar/12 Lead O/S

First ascent.

with Martin Hind
Lone Rider 29/Mar/12 2nd O/S

Some loose stuff but good climbing. Surprisingly clean on upper section.

with Gary Kinsey
James Edwards ??/2012 -

Gary has added new bolts to the direct start. Good effort.

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