Also known as 'Auto Da Fe'.
A cracking route if you're into steep unprotected limestone with no holds. Or toproping! Definately worthy of an ascent if your ropes are in position! If not, take a deep breath, a light rack and don't what ever you do, fall off... Climb the left hand side of the Arkenstone face via very thin face climbing with just enough holds...

ClimberDateStyle
henryspurr 23/Jan 2nd dog
with Ed Ca
Bcrich01 04/Oct/15 Lead O/S
Mark Davies PK 30/Jan/15 TR β

Only 5b if you are tall. with a wire on the right is a nice E1 5b

with Mr Shunt
Cheese Monkey 16/Oct/14 TR O/S
with Felix
bpmclimb 15/Aug/14 TR rpt
with Shunt
kelliroberts3 11/Nov/12 2nd
Pete Rigby 11/Nov/12 Lead O/S
with Kelli Roberts
bpmclimb 16/Jan/12 TR rpt
with Shunt
Cornish Cream 04/Dec/11 Lead

practised the moves on toprope once through, was a lot scarier on lead...

bpmclimb 23/May/10 Lead β

Insecure and a bit scary!

with Clare
Huntlyfiddler 23/May/10 2nd
Matt Bennett 23/Aug/09 Lead O/S
remus 24/Jul/09 Lead O/S

Scary.

with Issac Whitcombe
benkelsey 12/Apr/09 2nd O/S
ASchwirtz 11/Aug/07 Lead O/S
BruceW 20/May/06 TR O/S

Tried to lead it but backed off!

with Julian, Jo, Nick
beardy mike ??/2006 TR O/S
with Rich Draisey
KRB 28/Dec/05 Solo O/S

Good bouldery moves

RichS-Bristol 02/Apr/05 -

Tried to lead it under the guise of Auto da Fe, with runners in Disaster Area (unjustifiable at E1 without). Did the hard moves and then came off when a hold pulled off on relatively easy ground. Hit the deck - second pulled off balance and ended up five feet off the floor. A good example of why seconds should belay to something solid!

JamieAyres ?/May/04 TR dog
guy xavier percival 22/Apr/03 Solo O/S
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