20m.

Rockfax Description
Start up a short groove left of the arete then follow the flake up left. Steep cracks above lead to the top. Strenuous but good gear. © Rockfax

FA. P.Donnithorne 22/Jan/1987


ClimberDateStyle
john max 18/Apr/14 2nd
with Jen Maxfield
shoulders 18/Apr/14 Lead O/S

confusion reigns with this one -E2. Consudes with jump a block initially. Definitely harder thatn the other E1s I did that day but not E3...so E2

with dai
Martin Bagshaw 25/Aug/13 Lead O/S

Not quite the warm up I wanted, but glad I didn't fall off.

with Rafal Malczyk
Rafal Malczyk 25/Aug/13 2nd dog

According to Rockfax's guidebook this route was only HVS,5a. We found it really difficult though.

with Martin Bagshaw
Dan Hostford 05/May/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 02/Jun/12 Lead dog
sman3333 02/Jun/12 Lead

err...terrifying!

edmitchell 08/Apr/12 Lead dog

Steep and pumpy. Harder than HVS. 5b moves.

tomB 08/Apr/12 2nd O/S

Absolute sandbag definitely not HVS Rocfax have it wrong!

with Tim Griffin
emmarowe 08/Apr/12 2nd
Ed morris 05/May/10 Lead O/S

Real battle with this one from start to finish, not E3 by a long way. More like E1 as the moves are tricky and there isn't one decent rest.

with james
Alan James - UKC and UKH 04/Jun/09 TR

Never E3, more like HVS if you come in from the groove on the right

Voting
High E3
Mid E3
Low E3
High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
High E1
Mid E1
Low E1
Votes cast 5
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
Votes cast 4
Votes cast 4
Style of ascent
Lead
Followed
Toproped
Onsighted
Dogged
Not Set