16m. 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.

Robbie Warke

Ticklists: West Country Climbs.

kingholmesy ??/2015 Lead β

I really enjoyed this. Flashed after looking across at the holds from Grim Reaper.

with Colin
Hidden 21/Jun/14 Lead O/S
Marti999 12/Dec/13 TR RP

man up for the lead next time, condition a bit damp today.

with Debbie
ian d f 03/Apr/13 TR dog
with Pete H
pezzerrr 15/Apr/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 24/Nov/11 TR O/S
Graham Atkins 23/Jul/11 -

twice on shunt clean

adam cooper*super* 15/Jun/11 Lead rpt

wicked, first E5, quite scary top!

Alasdair88 23/Mar/11 TR dog

lovely route. Took one fall of the crux

Jack_F 10/Dec/10 Lead rpt

Second go took a massive one from the crux first time....not as fun as i was lead to believe

misterb 04/Oct/10 Lead RP

large fall off crux on first effort

with wain
tom169 27/May/10 TR RP
with Mike
Matt02003 ?/Apr/10 TR
with James
climber sim ??/2009 -
Dringo ??/1995 -
Nick Biven ??/1992 2nd O/S
with Rich Whitwell
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