150m, 6 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A massive route that wends its way up the huge serrated arete on the left-hand side of the buttress. Route finding is complex and the climbing and situations remarkably varied. The rock on the whole is very good and, after the initial section of the first pitch, the amount of vegetation does not impose on the climbing.
1) 4c, 34m. Starting just left of the main corner, climb rock and vegetation to a bulge that guards access to a slab. Make a hard move up onto the slab and follow its left side to a belay ledge beneath a left-leaning corner/groove.
2) 4c, 26m. Climb to and up the corner/groove to where it steepens and then traverse right across the wall to a rib and climb this to a grassy ledge. Continue traversing rightwards to a belay in a quartz corner.
3) 4c, 20m. Climb leftwards across a slab to a ledge on the arete. Climb a short but steep groove on the other side of the arete and then head left and down to ledges under a corner-crack.
4) 4c, 18m. Climb the corner, taking care with the rock and traverse right to the arete. Continue to a belay below a flared chimney/groove.
5) 5a, 30m. Climb the excellent chimney groove and rib to its right before heading rightwards up vegetation to a large tree below bulging rock.
6) 4b, 20m. Pull steeply onto the wall above the right-hand end of the bulging rock and climb a short way on rock before grass and heather lead up to belays in boulders. © Rockfax

Ticklists: North Wales 100 Classic Climbs.

Stanners 03/Oct AltLd O/S

A brilliant adventure on a spectacular crag. The vegetation is all part of the character. Distinctive cheeky crux pitch. Sliding down the grassy descent is almost as much fun as the climb.

with Robbie Leishman, Giles
suds_01 ??/2015 -
matt.woodfield 10/Sep/14 AltLd O/S
IanGilbertJones ??/2014 -
bob johnson 31/Aug/13 -
with Rich Ball, Bram
hotfeet 20/Jul/13 AltLd O/S

Some lovely sequences on this route - recommended

with David Elder
RCrockford 14/Jul/13 AltLd O/S

Lead pitches 1, 3, 5. Vegetated and dirty but bone dry. Every pitch had good climbing, one of the best mountain routes I've climbed.

with Jonah
Stewart Armstrong 24/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
with Mark Hale, John Proudfoot
Hidden 22/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
Hidden 22/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
Tim M 27/May/12 AltLd O/S

Big dirty rambling fun mountain route

with Emma
climbergg 27/May/12 AltLd
jkarran 01/May/11 Lead dnf

Bailed after two pitches. Team psyche was seriously depleted by the cold wind and relentless jungle bashing. Currently rather overgrown and dirty - maybe it improves above?

with Pete
petellis 01/May/11 2nd dnf

Being lost to the jungle

Skullfire 04/Oct/09 2nd O/S

A slippery start and finish, but the rest of the climb was dry with some vegetation. An excellent mix of slabs, cracks, chimney, walls, etc...

with Mat Mitchell, Trevor Jones
AdrianP ?/Jul/09 AltLd O/S

Plenty of vegitation to skate on, climbing cant get much nastier but that's what you get when doing it too soon after rain. Not much protection...

with Olli
Hidden ?/Jul/06 AltLd
Hidden 23/Jun/05 AltLd O/S
Marq 13/Apr/04 AltLd O/S


with Daniel Dennehy
caradoc 07/Jun/03 AltLd
with john b
Brian Rodgers ??/1997 AltLd O/S
with Steve Jonas, Dave Oldacres
alan moore ??/1995 -

Still the best mountain route I have ever climbed...

Rob Davies 01/Jul/94 AltLd
auld al ?/May/94 AltLd O/S

great route - though maybe it has got a bit dirtier over the years?

Pete Nugent 30/Jun/92 AltLd
Mick King 28/Jun/92 AltLd

Lead p2 4 & 6

with Mark Lavender
AndrewP ??/1991 Lead
mikej 23/Jun/73 AltLd
with Stewart Grant
tapley 27/May/70 Lead
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