Start about 20 feet right of Oak Tree Zig Zag at the break in the right hand end of the low over hang. Use the high flake to gain the slab and step left to the rounded cracks running slightly R to L. Follow these to the overlap moving right to exit, above the dead tree. Note: various people seem to go left at the 'dead tree' through a hard crack - this does not appear to be the described route.

Iain Peters, Dave Garner 1974

petecallaghan 13/May 2nd

Finally made it to the top.

with Tim
timreynolds 13/May Lead

With the No Name finish through the crack on the left

mreynolds 13/May 2nd dog
darcan 14/Mar Lead O/S
snook 05/Oct/14 Lead O/S

Tried the direct HVS finish initilly but my hand jam was removing tons of moss (which i took as a bad sign of what may be ahead!) finished up the right. Glad i did not do the direct finish as the moss and lichen formed a small blanket on the top. Could do with a good clean. Nice climbing on the lower section for a short route

stephen ashworth 05/Oct/14 2nd
with Alex cox
nickdonohue 26/May/14 Lead

Very dirty / vegetated which is a shame as the climbing is actually very good. Went left after dead tree up 'difficult' crack to an awkward finish.

Jamiet297 26/May/14 2nd dog

Fell on hand crack extension. Full of compost.

stephen ashworth 09/Jul/13 Lead
with martin clarke
martin clarke 09/Jul/13 2nd
timreynolds 15/May/13 2nd

Starting at OTZ - slipped on the slab

with chris ebbutt, Sarah Welsh
chris ebbutt 15/May/13 Lead

The VS 4c version of trembling wall, start at oak tree zig zag, under the roof rightwards, round the corner keep heading up and right to pull over the far end of the overlap at vegatation finish to the right of the tree through a split top block.

with Sarah Welsh, Tim
Sarah Welsh 15/May/13 2nd
Cheese Monkey 27/Oct/12 2nd O/S
with Iain
andy_pemberton 23/May/12 Lead

A great little climb.It took me a while to work out where it went as the guide book description is odd! I think it starts at the RH end of the slab at a slight break in the overhang at a diagonally downwards pointing flake type thing. I moved up the obvious R to L crack and followed this passing a bush thing and a (not dead) tree. Above the tree you can place high gear in the continuation of the crack you've climbed. I think the proper route exits above and very slightly right of this tree pulling on vegetation - it looked horrible!. I moved back down to a horizontal break for feet, and stepped L to climb a short (but intense for the grade) jamming crack through the mini-roof (this is the one on the crag photo). The climb got very dirty here, so my guess is that not many people make it through the jamming! Above the crack I pulled up and right on more dirty rock and grass holds to an inset rock shelf thing. A sling around the tree protects the second as they move onto the belay.

with Sarah Massey, Steve Gibson
Hidden 20/May/12 Lead O/S
BelayBunney 16/Aug/11 Lead dnf

Damn crux defeated me on lead again! Need to work on my jamming! I blame the biblical swarm of midges...

mark schramm 27/Jul/11 Lead O/S
chris ebbutt 27/Jul/11 Lead

The 2star HVS 5a version of Trembling wall. Start to the right pulling onto the lower wall at its lowest point, follow the L to R rising breaks to the vertical jamming crack, straight up through the tree finish over top block, brilliant mix of balance and brutish climbing.

with Emma
timreynolds 27/Jul/11 2nd

Through the crack for the first time, VS - don't make me laugh!

Hidden 27/Jul/11 2nd
Joby 23/Jul/11 Lead dnf

Totally sandbagged by this one, vs? Really? nice climbing to the overhang til I fell, horrendous top out though, chickened out so didn't finish...

with John Martin
timreynolds 15/Jul/11 Lead
BelayBunney 14/Jul/11 AltLd dog

Lead up to the overhang, then backed off (again!) as couldn't get through. Ben then climbed up my gear and managed to jam his way up through the crack (good effort Ben!). I followed, but my jamming is a bit weak so sat in. Got it in the end though (although jam was very painful)! Interesting route, but need to work on my jamming skills!

with Ben Devonish
Motown 11/Jun/11 Lead dnf

Went right - bottled the jamming crack. Seems a hard move for VS.

with Adelle
Chris Ellyatt 25/Apr/11 Lead O/S

Started left, under the overhang, which I think bumps it up to at least HVS.

with Owen Jeffries
Owen Jefferies 25/Apr/11 2nd dog
Dawlish 17/Mar/11 Lead O/S

Its very sustained for a VS with every move feeling like 5a, more like HVS. Needs more traffic to clean it up a bit. But still worth 2 stars

with gareth
MarcT ?/Oct/10 2nd dog

Grey and misty, just the one climb. Oh, the flies.

with Tim, Kerrie Mott, Nicky Mott
nmott ?/Oct/10 Lead
Frostie 11/Aug/10 Lead O/S
Chaman 02/Jun/10 2nd dog

Great line, but very hard route. Moving up to the jamming crack is hard and getting through it is neigh on impossible (for me!) - much respect to Chris who led the route. Need to learn to jam better

chris ebbutt 02/Jun/10 Lead

Started under the roof at oak tree zigzag, rightwards under roof, around corner then up excellent jamming crack, through a tree and finish over top block.

with Chaman
Phil79 16/Aug/09 Lead dnf

Not sure if I was on route (or even on the right route?!), but could not do the move over/through the roof (to the left of the tree stump and holly tree).

with Baz
Hidden 12/Apr/09 Lead
mreynolds 30/Aug/08 2nd O/S
timreynolds 30/Aug/08 Lead
2535rob 07/Nov/07 TR
misterb 24/Jul/07 Lead dnf

got to overhang and the crack was green ,unable to jam , too dirty.

with dave
climber sim ??/2007 -
Hidden 28/Jun/05 Lead O/S
Mark Kemball 13/May/00 2nd
with Rob Galley
Hidden 30/Aug/96 Lead
ellie macpherson ?/May/94 Lead
with Bob Smith
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