137m, 4 pitches.
This climb was originally recorded as being in Foillanpriosun. It was found and re-climbed in Sept 2012 by Sean Martin and Ronan O Keeffe.
The original description is as follows.
1. Up the obvious rib.
2. Loose rock to a belay in the corner.
3. A steep wall to easier ground.
4. Traverse left and finish up last pitch of Screwtape. (There is a direct finish but it is loose and was not lead).
Upon being repeated the climb was found to be in poor condition, with vertical to overhanging grass for much of the first part of the route, pitch one up the rib being the cleanest. Gear is sparse and poor where it exists, the first belay being particularly suspect. There are run out sections on each pitch and the danger of a ground fall on the first pitch is ever present.
Niall Rice, R. Kinsella 19/Jul/1969