10m. Start at an inverted triangle of rock to the right of Piton Direct. Climb the left side of the arete and then finish up the righthand side of the Piton Direct wall. Its status as the best climb on the crag has left it rather polished in many places. Fortunately, the crux move is fairly low to the ground (roughly 3m).

Derek Ryden 27/Sep Lead dnf

Not prepared to commit to higher moves when it's not at all clear which holds are "in" and which aren't. Boulder problem start is UK 6b

with Ash
jetstream 15/Jun TR
with Rob
megamonkeyman 23/Apr TR β

Top rope

with rob, jason
Hidden 22/Jul/14 TR rpt
Hidden 14/Jul/13 TR O/S
Hidden 09/Jul/13 TR O/S
deejmonkey 02/May/13 TR
with rob
Hidden ??/2013 -
aciddan ??/2012 TR
Hidden 20/Oct/10 TR O/S
Dax 09/Sep/10 TR dog

Crucified myself using the wrong hold (didnt see a much easier hold two inches to the right). Bloody angry I didnt see it. Was obvious once I climbed up to it but I didnt spot from below.

with Nick Harms
alan1234 ??/2010 TR RP
will randall ?/Aug/09 TR O/S
with sarah
_Bailes ??/2009 -
Hidden 21/Oct/08 Lead
Andrew1 02/Aug/08 TR
with Rachel Smith
AsleepOnBelay 15/Jun/08 TR O/S
with Sarah Davis
Hjort 02/Sep/07 Solo dnf
with Nath Wells, Jam Mortimer
Crinkle 01/Sep/07 2nd dnf
with Toby Vye, James Mortimer
RossT 18/Jul/07 TR dog
with Adam
Hidden ??/2003 TR O/S
petegunn 15/Aug/01 TR
with Matt Wilkes
Nigel Coe ??/1998 TR dog
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High 6b
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High 5c
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