13m. The obvious left-slanting crack that maintains interest.

An irresistible line up the overhanging wide crack - the classic of the crag and a good first E2 for the indoor wall climber. Headjam out of the niche with gusto and continue up the crack. Stepping right onto the pillar near the top extends the fun.

K. Wilkinson and P.Hirst May/1989

Ticklists: Caffs 100 Lakeland Extremes.

Hidden 21/May 2nd
Hidden 14/May Lead O/S
dprctr 30/Apr Lead O/S

Threw helmet off and puffed.

steely 23/Apr 2nd O/S

The hand jams fairly tore up my skin!! Best route of the day!

with Merlin
clams ?/Apr Lead O/S

Some superb hand jams. Friend 5 useful after crux

with Iain, Catherine
Hidden 06/Aug/15 Lead
Hidden 30/May/15 Lead O/S
klipkabouter 22/Aug/13 Lead O/S

Fierce little route, wet jams did not help much!

with Hugh ??
khawk 09/Apr/11 Lead O/S
with DT
datoon 09/Apr/11 2nd O/S
with K
petegunn 07/Apr/11 Lead
with Davina
Hidden 07/Apr/11 2nd dog
GPN 27/Mar/11 Lead O/S
with Annette
Hidden 20/Apr/08 Lead O/S
Brown 10/Feb/08 Lead O/S
with Jasmine
petegunn 27/May/04 2nd
with Posh John
Hammy 09/Aug/98 2nd
with Eric Parker
Rich Kirby ?/May/92 Lead O/S
with Ian Kirby
Steve Crowe 01/Aug/90 Lead O/S
Hidden 08/Apr/84 Solo
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