6 pitches. P1 as per book, 55 m. The "vague ledge" belay could be any one of a set of ledges. P2 From the top R hand ledge of the set trend R up cracks/ramps to a surprisingly easy brown overhang. After this weave nearly straight up to a sloping rock ledge, 50 m. P3 From the ledge step R to a hand crack (not visible from ledge)then weave up the shelving wall to a vegetated groove on the L. Can split at a wedged spike in the groove). A few m above the spike move R and cross the white slab Rwards to the airy stance. P4 Head L and up towards the L arete of the slab and gain a big ledge below the huge photogenic orange corner. P5 Climb the corner to a big ledge. P6 Skirt a bulge to the R, head L to an obvious diagonal crack. After this step R and straight up to finish. (P4-6 as per guide,P6 can be shortened to leave more scrambling)

thegoatstroker 23/Nov AltLd

Epic! Matt got lost on p3 i led the second half up white slab very precarious and bold. P4 felt hard on second.. Corner pitch was french free! 10 hrs after long descent in dark

with matt fraser
Nick Russell 17/Apr AltLd O/S

I led P2, 4+5. Went off route on P2 (too far left), recovered easily by Ross on P3. Linked P4+5 for a very tiring, 55m pitch. Really good climbing, and proper hard work up that corner. Top of the grade (at least).

Hidden 17/Apr AltLd O/S
kp64zl ?/Mar 2nd O/S

seconded all pitches but the second pitch (5a). On 3rd pitch belayed after 30m in the vegetated groove, 4th pitch was then the bold slab + the 4th pitch, that meant we avoided the poor 'airy' belay. Probably better this way. We felt it was tough for E2.

with Julian M
harold walmsley 06/Apr/14 AltLd O/S

Led p 2, 4, 6 but pitches did not match guide splits as 1 rope was only 50 m. By mistake did a direct version of guidebook p3/4 giong straight up the L side of the slab and missing out the "airy" stance (poorly protected, about E3 5c). My grading votes do not include this bit. A really good finish to the trip. Agree with previous comment about vagueness of guide after P1. You have to start from the R end of the belay ledges and climb diagonally R (not just a little R) to get to the easier-than-it-looks brown bulge (which is in sight up R from the p1 stance)

with George Gilmore
steve.warrington 16/Apr/13 AltLd dnf

Did 1st pitch correct then went off route as the book is unclear and ended up in some gully to the left

with Dave Simpson
Hidden ?/Mar/13 AltLd
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