2 pitches. Despite accusations of improved gear placements, this remains a bold lead for an on-sight ascentionist. Traverses out from the corner of Blind Pew to climb the upper half of the amazing blank face.
Suggested top out description from Tony Stone: "From the horizontal break move up the rightward trending crack on the right for a few metres then traverse left on crimps leading to better holds out left and so to the top."

E Cooper, A Moles 1992

Ticklists: Great Wall Climbs of the UK.

Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 15/Jun AltLd O/S

Probably not the E5 6b suggested within the guide, more like a E6 6a. No hard moves but very, very, VERY bold! Memorable...

with Alex Haslehurst
Ed Booth 14/Jun Lead O/S

Had spoken to oil about it. Some good run outs and nice techy climbing. Classic trouser filler.

Adam Booth 14/Jun 2nd O/S

Amazing. Great work Ed, looked a terrifying lead.

nathanlee 14/Jun Lead O/S

Yes! Gobsmacking line. So steady in hindsight...

Tom Livingstone 08/Jun Lead O/S
bigie bob ?/Jun AltLd O/S
Hidden 17/Jun/12 TR O/S
Hidden 29/May/12 Lead O/S
Greg Boswell 28/May/12 Lead O/S

what a line!!!!!

mgeek 28/May/12 Lead β

watched greg on impressive onsight. Lead it straight after. Mega line.

with greg boswell
daveayton 12/Jun/06 Lead β

Abseil inspection - no moves worked but gear checked... 3rd or 4th ascent? First E6

with Kev Power
Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe 01/Jun/06 Lead β

Briefly checked the peg and crux wire placement on abseil.

with Aide Jebb
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