20m. A quality eliminate that tackles the bulging rock between 'Smaug The Dragon' and 'The Goblin King' which surprisingly offers almost entirely independent climbing. A good small wire protects a hard crux sequence at the start of the steepness before battling up to better holds and good gear. Continue up the still steep rock on great holds right of the groove of Smaug, and finish directly up to the tree belay on loose looking, but solid rock (as for Bullroarer). An old top rope rope problem that has had no recorded lead.

R Stanfield/M Davies (first recorded ascent) 04/Mar/2014


ClimberDateStyle
tskelhon ?/Sep/14 Lead O/S
clmacdonald ?/Sep/14 2nd
remus 13/Apr/14 Lead β

Led on jack's gear. Nice climbing, surprisingly independent.

Jack_F 13/Apr/14 Lead O/S
with Remus
Stanners 04/Mar/14 Lead RP

A really good gap filler giving the forearms a good workout !

with Ric + Lads, M Crocker, Mark Davis
RichyBOYY 04/Mar/14 TR
Mark Davies PK 04/Mar/14 2nd dog
with Rob
crimpaway ??/1999 Lead
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