Same hard start as Dead Nettle Crack, up to 1st tree, traverse left & up, dodge nose to left, over it, traverse 5m right to break to finish. Maybe HS 4c for the start.

Clee 29/Sep/13 2nd
with Andy
Hidden 24/Jul/09 Lead O/S
arctic_jen 24/Jul/09 2nd
with Dan
Hidden 12/May/09 Solo
Sankey 07/May/09 Lead O/S

Some wacky stuff going on hereabouts in the guidebook. The start is hard, in the awkward mold, although not 4c, and not out of character for a "traditional" VDiff, prob Nettle crack should be in at Vdiff 4a. The line description and topo line do not match at all, a traverse 5m right only makes sense, if you decide to arbitarily first travese 5 m left beyond the second tree, or if the finish is meant to be to the right of the original crack, in which case it is drawn way out on the BMC topo. In any case, the logical route goes straight up from the tree, then pulls through the roof on obvious jugs and flake before a step left to avoid the capstone. This makes it HS 4a on the money for me. Have to say Agden rocher section of the BMC guide looks like an afterthought, which is a shame as the climbing is good.

with Andy
andyebbens 07/May/09 2nd
with Steve E
Hidden 25/Feb/08 2nd O/S
Al Evans ??/2008 -
Brown 13/Mar/07 Solo O/S
Simon Caldwell 19/Nov/06 2nd O/S

Despite the meandering line, the climbing is excellent throughout. Technical crux is getting off the ground, mental crux is the exposed traverse at the top.

with Carmen
Hidden 23/Jan/06 Lead rpt
John Marsland 28/Mar/81 Lead
with Barry Gray
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