A burly pitch that follows a jamming crack up the corner on the left of the square-cut buttress that is perched above a ledge. Start by scrambling to the ledge and a belay under the corner.Enter the corner strenuously and jam away up the crack to a rightward exit near the top. © Rockfax
FA. N.Hannaby 1960
Ticklists: West Country Climbs.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Well ard! Especially when your hungover.
Rested on a cam on first go, pleased to get all the way to the top on the second, pretty brutal
May have taken a small fall...
|Tom Seccombe||31/Aug/14||Lead O/S||
max goodman, Harvey
Burly is the word. Felt this one in my shoulders but please to see it through. Good pro.
Blew the onsight by slipping on the second move. Re-climbed clean from ground up.
Had to ab down and pound on large nut for 15 mins to retrieve it.
Fell off reversing the first moves blowing the onsight. Got back to stance,chilled a bit and and did it clean after a proper fight! Physical route...
|Graham C||11/Aug/11||2nd O/S|
Failed the lead on this earlier in the month and really struggled as second at that attempt. Climbed it cleanly and under control this time. Strenuous around the crux, but easy to rest hands free afterwards
A short and pumpy climb.
thought about it for a bit but not feeling confident. next time
|mark schramm||20/Oct/10||Lead O/S||
Rock was wet and slippery, I was too cold and tired by now. Will come back another day...
Really fun route with lots of wet pants
|Justin T||24/Feb/08||Lead O/S||
Monster! Much finer climbing than I'd anticipated.
fun fun fun in the rain
Oli Boyes , Dave Searle, Chris Barr
Oli, Chris, Nick , Dave
|Dave Searle||06/Aug/06||Lead O/S|
It looks pretty hard, but was wet and had an occupied nest half way up...excuses, excuses