The corner at the right-hand side of the wall.1) 5a, 20m. Climb the flaky corner to a ledge and belay.2) 5a, 15m. The corner above the belay is followed to a roof. Hand traverse left and pull onto a ledge. An easy corner above leads to the top. © Rockfax
FA. J.Jones, R.Turnbull 26.4.80 26/Apr/1980
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Russ lead P1, I lead P2.
I Led 1st Rich 2nd
|Stuart Johnston||21/Apr/14||Lead O/S||
Better than it looks but only because of the hand traverse.
|adam 24||21/Apr/14||2nd O/S|
|Ed morris||05/Sep/13||Lead O/S||
Good line, reasonable gear and good moves. Worth a star.
|Tom Livingstone||15/Aug/13||Lead O/S|
|Dave Musgrove||01/Apr/13||2nd O/S||
E1 in latest guide and certainly felt worth that today. Baltic winds and no sunshine at all this afternoon. We were the only pair daft enough to be out on the whole of Trevallen or Bosherston. However, the corner gave some shelter so a good choice and a worthy contender given the conditions.
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||01/Apr/13||Lead||
Very cold and windy, numb hands but great fun.
|Duncan Campbell||31/Mar/13||Lead O/S||
Cool little route, soft E1.
Terrifying. Good up till the horizontal break, then a nightmare of choss, gravel and loose blocks. Trouser filling terror till the top.
the start of this, before forking off left for youth on fire
|Alex Mason||04/Apr/08||2nd β||
A tough challenge for the tall and a break campus for the short, scary for hvs.
dont bother loose top