3 pitches. A superb and aptly named route. Some excellent climbing but care is required as the rock is loose in places. Start 25' left of Wreckers Slab below a obvious rising crack-line.

1) 140' 5a Climb up to the crack line and follow it using to the 'sort of' chimney on jams and chock-stones. Do a few funky moves to get up onto the slab above which is followed into a delightful blend of rock and steep grass to the base of a further large slab above. Dig around with your nut tool - there's a good belay there somewhere!
2) 170' 5a Climb the slab, superb crack climbing crossing a small stream of choss to continue on as the slab steepens and narrows toward the top. The quality of the climbing increases as the quality of the rock becomes more suspect in places toward the top. Continue on and you will reach the promised land of milk, honey and a quite reasonable belay.
3) 140' 4b/c A few moves up and you can step up the overlap on your right to another loose slab which is followed briefly to an easy passage right again onto the final pitch of Wreckers Slab. With the final ridge in sight and solid rock underfoot you can consider yourself 'delivered from evil'.

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack.

mike.moss 07/Sep/14 AltLd O/S

It wasn't any worse than expected - a good day out!

Rollo 07/Sep/14 AltLd O/S

Should be called Gardening Leave; liberal use of the nut tool was required to find protection on P2. It's there though, and the rock isn't too loose..... great climb.

with Mike
The Green Giant 27/May/11 Lead O/S

Hell, hell then more hell is a more aptly named title. With a description of 5a climbing with a high risk of death. Once you get over that, the route's not too bad.

with Fiila
vertically_challenged 06/Jul/10 Lead O/S
Mark Kemball 12/Jan/08 AltLd

Quite an adventure in the wet. It's probably best to split the second pitch.

with Stu Bradbury
Justin T 29/Sep/07 Lead O/S

Superb route - highly underrated - get on it!

with Wifey
Hidden 29/Sep/07 2nd O/S
alan moore ??/2003 -

Disappointing. Fresh rock scar and loose earth for the middle 100ft.

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