21m. A pleasant romp, and one of the few 'delectable diffs' on the coast, though the route may have been affected by a recent rockfall. Start just left of the arch. Go directly up the slab and over the overlap to a good finishing- crack. A block at the top will accept a long sling for a belay provided you keep it low. Descend by scrambling down the back or abseiling further along grassy ridge.

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack.

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Adrian Daniels 19/Sep Lead

Still a nice route, bit friable at the top. Thought it was about Severe.

Steve Webster
rockpool 28/Jul/13 Solo O/S

most of the good finishing crack of this route has departed, so a traverse right to the thin crack of bison bison made the route worthwhile , the scariest bit was scrambling off the back of the route , should be regraded as v diff, romping robert seems to have departed in its entirety, rectory tearooms is intact but needs some gardening at the top section.

Hidden 01/Apr/13 -
Joel Perkin 24/Mar/13 2nd O/S

Nice route, lots of exposure, not Diff anymore due to the top section falling down.

Jelly Mould Surfer 24/Mar/13 Lead O/S

The finishing crack is now the left arete. Although a cold day, it certainly ain't a diff any more.

Ian JL 04/Jun/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 04/Jun/12 2nd
Hidden 15/May/10 2nd
Harry Webdale 05/Mar/10 Lead O/S
vertically_challenged ?/Mar/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 22/Feb/09 2nd O/S
paulh1967 ??/2009 -
Mike W ?/Jun/08 Lead O/S
Al Evans ??/2008 -

I have a note in my guidebook saying 'Seems to have fallen down'

Mark Kemball 11/Jun/06 Solo

(Down climbed as descent.)

Nic Dill
Hidden 20/Jun/04 Lead
Andy Say 04/Jun/04 Solo
Hidden ?/Jun/04 2nd O/S
Mark Kemball 28/Nov/03 Lead
Nye, Tim, Sam
Hidden 10/Sep/02 2nd
Hidden ?/Aug/01 Lead O/S
colin milton 01/Mar/97 Lead
eric milton
alan moore ??/1995 Solo

...was a magical, secluded little route...

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