40m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A well protected climb on slippery pink rock, slightly spoilt by the desperate crux which is significantly harder than much of the other climbing. Start at mid-to-low tide below a groove on the left-hand side of a recess, above a pool.
1) 6b, 25m. Climb the groove to the bulge and struggle around this onto the slab above. Move right to a crack in the bulge above and follow this to a ledge on the left arete.
2) 4c, 15m. Climb the groove in the arete above. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Fallen down, February storms 2014.

G Gibson 30/Apr/1983


ClimberDateStyle
MichaelGallimore 16/Aug Lead dnf

Climbed as high as the blocky steepening before deciding it was too dangerous to carry on. Loose rock, bad gear. I had pulled some steep moves onto a slab before retreating, reversed the moves and down climbed back to the ground. We were using the old rockfax guide, and a mobile phone photo of it, so didn't notice the route had fallen down!

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