On the 'jaws boulder' and often confused to be jaws. Start sitting at the vertical crack, climb up the steep arÍte up and left, top out on the overhanging side.

ClimberDateStyle
ACF21 06/Jun Sent rpt

Such an ace problem. The beach level was super low today meaning the full line of the problem was up for grabs! perfect friction, sun set lighting, so good

peter.clarkson1 20/Dec/15 Sent O/S
Dave Douglas 20/Dec/15 Sent β
BewareOfFallingClimbers 06/Sep/15 Sent β
Andy Moles 17/May/15 Sent x
with -
scatface 03/Aug/13 Sent x
with pepette
Jay.Carr 08/Jun/13 Sent O/S
stefelafel 08/Jun/13 Sent O/S
with Jay C
Callum_Johnson 26/Dec/12 Sent rpt
Callum_Johnson 24/Aug/11 Sent x
with Dayni_
Hamfunk 05/Jun/11 Sent rpt
with Daniel, Jordan, Joe, Stuart C
Hamfunk 30/Apr/11 Sent rpt

Difficulty varies greatly with beach level.

with Daniel
Hamfunk 06/Mar/10 Sent x

Bit of an Epic! Worked it for an hour or two as the tide crept in, then manned up and sent it! Quality prow climbing!

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Style of ascent
Bouldered
Redpoint
Repeated
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