10m. Wobble up the initial groove of smoke gets in your eyes to gain the right hand break (good wires/cams in break) make hard moves to get stood up on the slab (more wires + semi rest) a high wire can then be placed via a strenuous move before attempting the crux moves up and right, top out and bramble bash your way to a tree belay.

Brian H 10/Jul/14 Lead

Fell off, pulled ropes, did second go (this is getting to be a habit lately). Very good route with interesting and unusual moves. The micro wires in the groove are good - I tested them.

alice fuller 10/Jul/14 2nd O/S
R2B 10/Jul/14 Lead β

On Brian's gear.

Justin T 02/Jul/14 Lead O/S

After much discussion as to whether I was supposed to pull up rightwards into an overgrown groove at the top I pulled pretty much directly up from the second groove, using some holds to get to some holds. What even is a glacis anyway?

with Nick B
Nick Biven ??/2014 -
adam cooper*super* 23/Apr/11 2nd O/S

nice balancey moves through out

Jack_F 22/Apr/11 Lead O/S

Cool little route. A bit perplexing

misterb 25/Oct/09 Lead rpt

abbed to clean holds as theres lots of undergrowth by the top out,tenuous sustained climbing throughout,well protected by small wires and crucial high wire to protect crux top out moves ,definitely easier for the tall,e3 6a is bang on

with simon, wain
tuftynick ??/1995 Lead
with ben winston
Hidden 27/Sep/86 TR O/S
Simon cook ??/1978 -
Simon cook ??/1974 -
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