20m. A fine climb, low in the grade and usually cleaner that others hereabouts. Follow the crack that splits the overhang at the base of the slab to a good ledge on the right. Continue precariously up the slab, using the right arete when needed, to a break and an easier finish. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Harry Holmes||17/May/14||Solo O/S||
John Hunt, Bob Larkin
|Will Hunt||01/Jun/13||Lead O/S||
Very steady indeed once on the slab. The crus is really the first crack!
|henry peter jenkins||09/Sep/12||Lead O/S|
|Bloke on a Rope||22/Jul/12||Lead O/S||
Defo one of the best E2s ive done, smearing up the arete is exciting above your gear but never too hard. I fancy trying the left arete next time but it wants a brush first.
|Graeme Hammond||27/May/12||Lead O/S||
soft E2 but utterly brilliant :)
|Becky E||27/May/12||2nd O/S|
Absolutely awesome route, quality jamming at the bottom then ace thin moves above your gear up the slab with the barn doory security of the arete! Reccomended!! had to brush the millipedes off as i went which i think definately deserves another E point :)
Matt K + John M
Brilliant jams lead to a balancy slab.
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||01/Aug/99||Lead||
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||12/Jul/90||2nd|
|Dave Musgrove||10/Jul/90||Lead O/S|