Climb the slanting crack all the way. Great gear, great moves, great rock. In-situ belay at the top. Abseil off.

F E Bennett, G Boothby 01/Jan/1969

Ticklists: Avon VSes.

Hidden 09/Oct Lead O/S
Alex Winter 09/Jul Solo O/S
mountaindavet ??/2015 -

I've cleaned the route, removed all the grass and added a in-situ belay at the top. A great route and well worth a star or two now you can belay at the top of it and abseil off quickly :)

steve_gibbs 16/Nov/14 Lead O/S

A nice little route - tucked away on Harvey's Wall - so gets few ascents and is amazingly unpolished! It follows a diagonal crack, which is well protected with small-ish cams and nuts, however is a bit muddy in places with grass growing out of it! Did it with the first half entirely wet with seepage - making the footholds rather entertaining - and with drips coming from above! Upon exiting the layback crack it becomes utter rubbish - a completely unprotectable overgrown bramble-infested joke - was using clumps of grass and twigs for holds - only to finish up anchoring and abseiling off a small tree, which despite having a cable anchor around it, is set to rip out by its roots someday! I'd give this route a star if someone kindly put a bolted anchor in on the seemingly solid recess of rock just above the exit from the crack!

George Frisby 16/Nov/14 2nd O/S

Amazing first section following the crack with a great final few moves at the top of the slanting crack. Section above is loose and run out, with no gear at all. Could not find the bolts for abbing off that we were told were there.

James Jackson ??/2014 -
Cheese Monkey 16/May/13 2nd O/S

If this was on Sea Walls it would be a polished classic. Annoying descent though, abbed off the fencing cable thing through the brambles

with Peter
pheotleyr 16/May/13 Lead O/S

Really good climbing and great gear, the lack of anchor at the top spoils the fun to some extent (unless you like crazy scrambles and mad abseils).

with Ben
Stanners 24/Mar/12 2nd

despite the grass growing out of the crack, its actually an ok route. Slipped about a bit on the crux due to wearing studded trainers as my feet were in agony. Abseiled off the fencing way above reaching the ground on rope stretch.

Quarryboy 24/Mar/12 Lead O/S

Supprisingly nice climbing, the one thing that really lets this route down unfortunately is getting from the top of the actual climbing to the belay which is on a tree really far back and is a nightmare to get to.

dan ely 01/Oct/09 Lead O/S

First real trad lead climb. easy apart from scary unprotected top move.

with Jim and Kiran (from Bulushis) seconed
Quirina ??/2009 2nd O/S
with Daryl Waycott
Hidden ?/Dec/08 2nd O/S
Protheroe 20/Feb/08 Lead O/S
with Douglas Hamilton
Bristoldave 02/Apr/07 Solo O/S
gimmer ??/2007 -
Hidden 08/Jul/06 Solo O/S
Hidden 12/Nov/05 Lead O/S
JamieAyres ?/Sep/04 2nd rpt
IceMonkey1982 ?/Aug/04 -
Hidden ?/May/04 Solo O/S
Hidden ?/Mar/04 Lead O/S
simon kimber ?/Aug/03 Lead O/S
with Nick Kimber
Hidden 09/Apr/03 Lead O/S
Paz ?/Mar/03 Solo O/S
Hidden ??/2002 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Mar/00 Lead
Hidden ??/2000 -
Jim Brooke 25/Jul/99 2nd rpt
with Vic
Jim Brooke 18/Jun/96 Lead O/S
with James Latham
jim_randell 03/May/94 Lead O/S

Excellent climbing in poor surroundings.

with MB, LS
chris sm 14/Oct/93 Lead
with Martin Sime
NeilGriffiths 25/Sep/93 Solo
AndySL 10/Aug/93 2nd O/S
with Pete H
leland stamper ?/May/87 2nd O/S
bullybones ??/1987 Lead
JamieAyres ??/1986 Lead rpt

had previously seconded it with Phil Windall

with Peter Rickard
charlesmfrench 12/Jun/84 Solo O/S
Nigel Bond 04/Jan/75 Lead
with Donald Workman
Hidden ??/1973 Lead O/S
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