37m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The left-trending line through the overhangs is a spectacular route, featuring strenuous climbing and good protection.
1) 5c, 25m. Gain the flake-line and climb it to the overhangs. Traverse left (peg) and pull into a groove with difficulty. Move up and right to an arete (peg) and climb it and a wall to a stance.
2) 5a, 12m. The overhang above the stance to easier ground. Best avoided because of loose rock. © Rockfax

FA. Stuart Cathcart, Gerald Swindley 2.10.77 02/Oct/1977

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Hidden 29/Jun/14 Lead dnf
jon_gill1 29/Jun/14 Lead dog

****BE WARNED**** The belay stance peg fell off in my hand due to massive corrosion!The stance is covered in loose rock and half of the top pitch is missing with huge amounts of loose rock!i wouldnt send my worst enemy up there! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!! one rest at peg on traverse. the crux is low down and is bordering 6a,apparently a hold is missing.

with Martin Wing
Brown 08/Jun/14 Lead
with John
spidey 09/Jul/11 Lead O/S

top pitch is loose!!

with dave
Jacob Bloodworth ?/Apr/11 Lead O/S
switch 07/Aug/10 Lead O/S

P1 is great, crux felt like the moves past first peg. P2 is now overshadowed by teetering loose blocks, following a recent large rockfall. Take care, and keep left after pulling through the bulge.

datoon 26/Apr/09 Lead O/S

Pulled a hold off!!! Maybe 6a now!

with K
kingholmesy ??/2009 Lead dog

1 rest. Beware lots of very loose rock towards the top.

with Andy S
mux 22/Aug/05 Lead O/S
Julian Wedd ??/2001 2nd
with A. Howarth
Roget 05/Apr/96 Lead O/S
with jon
Hidden ??/1992 2nd O/S
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
High E3
Mid E3
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High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
Votes cast 7
High 6a
Mid 6a
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High 5c
Mid 5c
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High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
Votes cast 7
Votes cast 5
Style of ascent
Not Set