42m. Chipped and now sports three bolts, rather than a skyhook for the 7a crux as on the first ascent! so safer nowadays. still Technical, Start to the left of the central groove, follow the thin crack to a bolt. Step right and rock over then step up to a good ledge. Moving left and up past two more bolts to a shared lower off with Scheherezade. Direct start is about 6b.

A Woodward unseconded 10/Aug/1986

jacob shieldhouse hadley 28/Feb Lead O/S

Very thin and quite technical! run out and sketchy 1st bolt clip, then once 2nd bolt is clipped its a lot easier!

ChrisAllen 20/Jan -
Hidden ??/2016 -
richiebongo 13/Sep/15 Lead dog
with paulo
Ed morris 16/Nov/14 Lead O/S

Packs it in from the word go. Relentlessly technical.

Daniel Heath 04/Jul/13 Lead RP

2nd go. Also went left at the last bolt, probably not as bold as direct.

rustaldo 04/Jul/13 Lead dnf

cool route, struggled with the last 1-2 moves heading direct up to the belay. feet were killing me!

with Dan Heath
samrad 16/Oct/10 Lead dnf

wasn't feeling it and couldn't commit to run-outs. great moves tho. really stretchy to clip bolts.

with crad
barni 11/Apr/10 Lead dnf
Brown 17/Oct/09 TR rpt

Failed on the lead first.

with Pete
Hidden ??/2006 -
Dringo ??/2005 -
MJclimb ??/1995 -
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