45m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The next route was always a very top-end E5. Now that the peg is probably not trustworthy anymore, it is almost certainly worth E6.
1) 6a, 20m. From just right of the arete, follow a thin line of holds rightwards to the base of a crack - this is the bold bit so take some microwires! Climb the crack, then move right to an old peg. The groove above leads to the ledge.
2) 5b, 25m. Finish as for Ships that Pass. © Rockfax

FA. G.Gibson 15/Jun/1985


ClimberDateStyle
Ed morris 15/Jun/16 Lead G/U

The peg is ok but the top half is steady anyway. Hard and serious to the break, reversed from the crux first go, lowered off a skyhook on the second go, pulled ropes and led 3rd go. low E6.

Stefan_Morris 15/Jun/16 AltLd O/S
Twid Turner ??/2016 -
Si Clapham ??/1998 -
Hidden 18/Aug/87 -
Gary Gibson 15/Jul/85 Lead

First ascent. Broke a hold off right at the top and stripped nearly all my gear and ended up about 3ft off the ground so I place a peg.

with Hazel
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