|16m. Intricate fingertip climbing but with big fall potential. Start at a line of flowstone on the left-hand side of the face. Climb the flowstone to a break and move right and up to a thin horizontal break and the last protection. Climb a tiny blind flake-line to its end and step left to an easing. Move up right to the top of the wall and then traverse left to exit with care onto grass. Tree belay. © ROCKFAX|
Climb the start of stalactite or stay a few feet further right for climbing more in keeping with an E5 to gain the first ledge. Arrange gear (small cams and wires) in the horizontal break above. Hard moves up the thin layback flake find you stood on the bulge to the left contemplating the last tricky move (and the big fall potential) to the jug. A grassy top out and welcome tree belay await.
Ticklists: West Country Climbs.
Photo: Stalactite area © Justin T